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Christmas / Pope John Paul II #314034

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 25, 1987
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(Studio: Bruce Morton) Protest scenes shown from occupied Israeli territories. Pope John Paul II shown celebrating Christmas Mass. Afghanistan and Nicaragua mentioned not sharing Christmas spirit. [Archbishop of Canterbury Robert RUNCIE - names hostages held in Lebanon.] Hostages' photos shown; details given. United Nations effort to end Iran-Iraq war reported denounced in Tehran, Iran. [Queen ELIZ. II - delivers Christmas message.] Queen Elizabeth noted mentioning bombing in Enniskillen, North Ireland. US frigate Elrod shown in Persian Gulf. Bob Hope shown entertaining US servicemen. Rainbow shown over Bethlehem, Israel.

Kuralt, Charles;
Morton, Bruce

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