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Israel / Violence #319767

CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 12, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) State Department reported announcing Secretary of State George Shultz visiting Mideast next month to aid in Arab-Israel peace talks. Violence reported continuing between Palestinians and Israeli troops in occupied territories. Death toll given. Report introduced.

(Jerusalem, Israel: Bob Simon) Friday's religion services reported being followed by violence in West Bank, Israel; details given, scenes shown. Soldier quoted after being ordered not to shoot. Deaths in Nablus noted. Jerusalem reported no longer being "city of peace." Violent scenes shown. [PALESTINIAN - says will closestores until freedom won.] West Jerusalem merchants mentioned enjoying Palestinian strike. [Jewish SETTLERS - comment on situation.] Jerusalem Municipal Youth Orchestra, comprised of both Arab and Jewish children, shown performing.

Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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