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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 26, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) More Palestinians reported being injured by Israeli troops in occupied territories, Israel. Report introduced.

(Gaza, Israel: Bob Simon) USSR and Egyptians at United Nations reported proposing peace talks for Israeli-Palestinian question. Fighting shown in sts. of Nablus, Israel; details given. [Attorney Raja SHEHADEH - comments on situation.] Injured Palestinians shown. [MAN - comments on injured.] Israeli policy iterated.Victims quoted regarding beatings. [MAN - tells of beating by Israelis.] Gaza's Jabaliya refugee camp featured; details given, scenes shown. United States noted maintaining silence on Israeli policies. Prime Min. Yitzhak Shamir mentioned believing United States election year causing silence. [For. Min. Shimon PERES - comments on United States election year situation.] Fighting noted continuing in Nablus while cabinet meeting in Jerusalem.

Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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