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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 17, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Violence reported continuing between Israeli troops and Palestinians in occupied Israel; death toll given. Report introduced.

(Gaza, Israel: Bob Simon) Scenes shown of dead and injured Palestinians in West Bank, Israel; details given. Farmers in obscure village called Shuylh shown revolting against Israeli troops. [Mil. analyst Hirsh GOODMAN - comments on uprising.] Secretary of State George Shultz's visit discussed. Villagers noted viewing United States peace plan as irrelevant. [MAN - says doesn't want Shultz to visit.] Israeli Prime Min. Yitzhak Shamir reported opposing United States peace plan. Palestinians noted opposed to any compromise.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Fire at United States embassy in Moscow, USSR , reported; details given, scenes shown. New United States embassy's espionage troubles recalled.

Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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