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Mideast / Begin-Sadat Exchange / South Lebanon Fighting #249398

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 11, 1977
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(Studio) Report on dialogue between Israel and Egypt with regard to peace in Mideast. Prime Min. Begin's remarks made today noted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Report on Begin's speech, shown on Israeli television and beamed directly to Egypt. [BEGIN - asks for both ntns. to work for peace and friendship.] Egyptian President Sadat's earlier offer to come to Israel if it would help peace efforts noted. Reactions of various factions to both leaders' actions cited.
REPORTER: Bob Simon

(Studio) Reactions to Begin-Sadat exchange by United States State Department, PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) and Syria noted. Contd. fighting in south Lebanon also noted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Beirut, Lebanon) Report on alleged results of Israeli air raids on Palestinian posts in south Lebanon, exodus of Lebanese living in area and reactions of various factions of Lebanese people to continued presence of Palestinians in south Lebanon and its effect on government attempts to bring Lebanon's own warring factions together.
REPORTER: Doug Tunnell

5:38:30 "ARMS SALES"

(Studio) Details with regard to increase in foreign arms sales for 1977 and reasons for it, according to White House, Defense Department and congress opponents to arms sales.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Simon, Bob;
Tunnell, Doug
Duration:
00:04:50

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