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Mideast / Israeli Settlements Issue #256591

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 26, 1978
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(Studio) Views of Egypt and United States that Israelis' continued building of settlements in occupied lands has halted peace progress in Mideast noted. Israeli cabinet reaction to this today in Jerusalem reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Jerusalem, Israel) Cabinet meeting detailed; statement noted. [Cabinet secretary Aryeh NAOR - reads cabinet statement that no new decisions need to be made on subjects of political problems and settlements.] Prospects for situation that this decision creates described. Feeling of most observers that Israel will freeze settlements noted. Prime Min. Begin's upcoming trip to Washington, DC for mtgs. with President Carter outlined.
REPORTER: Bruno Wassertheil

Dean, Morton;
Wassertheil, Bruno

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