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(Studio) Israeli officials' reports on possibility that defense minister Weizman will go to Cairo in attempt to resume peace talks and that Prime Min. Begin brought new Israeli peace proposals to talks with President Carter. Weizman's comments on continued Palestinian shelling of Israeli forces and Israeli towns noted; inability of United Nations peacekeeping forces to stop assaults and uneasy truce between United Nations forces and Palestinians mentioned. Film shown. Arab League meeting in Cairo, boycotted by 5 ntns. opposed to Sadat's peace initiative, reported; presence of PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) representatives noted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
- Cronkite, Walter
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