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Lebanon #296534

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 21, 1984
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(Studio) Ostensible lull in Beirut fighting while disengagement plan is carried out reported President Amin Gemayel said completing preparations for announcement of new government
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Beirut, Lebanon) Christian pols.' rejection of Gemayel's negotiations with Syria examined. [National Liberal Party spokesperson Dany CHAMOUN - opposes Syrian involvement.] [Lebanese Forces commander Fadi FREM - will not recognize Syrian-approved government proposed by Gemayel.] Pierre Gemayel's apparent role in preventing outright break of Christian factions with son noted. [Lebanese Front financial director Cyril BUSTROS - comments on poll atmosphere.] [PEOPLE - defense Gemayel's efforts.]
REPORTER: Larry Pintak

Pintak, Larry;
Schieffer, Bob

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