CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 27, 1982
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(Studio) Propaganda leaflets reported dropped by Israeli planes over west Beirut. Civilians said urged to escape during cease-fire. Lebanon Prime Min. Shafik al-Wazan and Yasir Arafat reported meeting Israel said urging PLO leaders to surrender weapons to Lebanese army and leave for Syria.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer
(Road to Damascus) Israel said hoping to drive PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) from Beirut to Syria. [Cabinet spokesperson Dan MERIDOR - directs escaping PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) en route to Syria.] Scenes, cleared by Israeli censors, shown. Israel pledging safe conduct for PLOs leaving Beirut up to specified point. Consequences, if this does not happen, outlined. Status of cease-fire noted. Capture of more PLOs by Israel, assisted by Lebanese Christians, reported Israeli acknowledgement of using US-made cluster bombs noted. Bombs said made available by United States to Israel only for defense purposes. Israeli pledge to rid Lebanon of PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) noted. Anti-war protests in Israel shown.
REPORTER: Doug Tunnell
(Studio) Car bomb reported exploding in Beirut at building housing 3 French news orgs. Deaths noted.
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