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Mideast / Lebanon Invasion #284696

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 11, 1982
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(Studio) Fighting in Lebanon between PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) and Israel said escalating.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Beirut, Lebanon) Latest round of fighting here examined; proximity of Israel forces to United States embassy and president palace, where Philip Habib is conducting negotiations, noted. Films shown. Implications of steady escalation considered.
REPORTER: Allen Pizzey

(Beirut, Lebanon) Today's fighting examined in detail; films shown. [Omar RICHANY - is fed up with fighting.] Israeli cabinet said losing patience with PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) negotiations.
REPORTER: Bob McNamara

(Studio) Lebanese truck carrying children reported hitting land mine in Bekaa Valley; details given. Results of Israeli poll on invasion of Lebanon and possibly of Beirut noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Dean, Morton;
McNamara, Bob;
Pizzey, Allen

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