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Middle E. War / Cease-Fire / Sinai Front #225871

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 22, 1973
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(Studio) Cease-fire between Israel and Egypt in Mid. E. war may be falling apart. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger leaves Moscow, USSR , after working out United Nations cease-fire resolution details, and flies to Tel Aviv, Israel, but fighting recurs. Israel and Egypt try to move to best military positions before cease-fire deadline. Israel claims 2 advances made well into Egypt; Egyptians claim heavy Israeli losses.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Israel insists Egypt breaks cease-fire. Israeli government film shows west bank of Suez occupied by Israeli troops advancing deep into Egypt. [Defense Min. Moshe DAYAN - says cease-fire states everyone remain in present position. Israel to remain at paint reached prior to cease-fire deadline.]
REPORTER: Bert Quint

Cronkite, Walter;
Quint, Bert

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