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Mideast Unrest #308938

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 27, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced

(Tel Aviv, Israel: Don McNeill) Anti-US demonstration in Damascus, Syria, and rocket attack on north Israel from south Lebanon, followed by Israeli air raid in retaliation, said indicative of growing Mideast tension, especially between Israel and Syria; scenes shown. Anticipated war between the 2 cntrys. discussed. Mil. buildup in Golan Heights by both described; possibility Majdel Zoun will be flash point noted suggested by recent pro- Syrian demonstration greeting Prime Min. Shimon Peres. Achille Lauro mentioned arriving here today.

Reporter(s):
McNeill, Don;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:01:50

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