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Syria / Jordan-US Relations #282075

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 11, 1982
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(Studio) Fighting noted intensifying around city of Hama, Syria. Differences between Sunni Moslem majority and Moslem Brotherhood noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Amman, Jordan) Jordan's King Hussein, concerned by fighting in Syria, shown touring border with Secretary Defense Caspar Weinberger; President Hafez al Ass ad of Syria mentioned. Shift in United States policy toward moderate Arab nations discussed; Israeli reaction noted. Possible sale of Hawk missiles to Jordan detailed. [HUSSEIN - notes desire for more Hawk missiles.] Details given, films shown.
REPORTER: Ike Pappas

Pappas, Ike;
Rather, Dan

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