CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 21, 1981
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(Studio) Lack of Israeli reaction to President Reagan's decision to postpone delivery of F-16s due to raids on Lebanon reported; Prime Min. Menahem Begin said giving go-ahead to Philip Habib's efforts at obtaining cease-fire. Details given.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Jerusalem, Israel) Habib's meeting with Begin examined; films shown. [HABIB - will continue with his mission.] Begin's account of mtgs. outlined. [BEGIN - commits self to continued defense of Israel.] Life in north Israel, in light of continuing rocket attacks in towns such as Nahariya, described.
REPORTER: Bob Simon
(Beirut, Lebanon) Israel's continued attacks on south Lebanon towns examined; films shown. Inability of United States peacekeeping troops to halt attacks noted; incring. anti-US sentiments discussed.
REPORTER: Larry Pintak
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