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Mideast / Eshkol / Arab Evacuation #2286

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jan 24, 1969
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(Studio) Israeli Premier Levi Eshkol says any peace proposal to put Israeli troops where they were before 6-day war out of question. Israel has pushed to Golan Heights in Syria, to Jordan River in Jordan, and to Suez Canal in Egypt; last Arab civilians being removed from Suez Canal banks.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(El Qantara, Egypt) New Mideast War feared on canal; Israelis evacuate Arabs because of Arab shelling there. Egyptians refuse return of Arabs to Egypt; to be moved far from cease-fire line to El Arish, where money and shelter provided. Only soldiers remain along Suez Canal.
REPORTER: Ray Moloney

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Moloney, Ray;
Reynolds, Frank

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