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Israel / Violence / West Bank #320411

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 27, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Four more Palestinians reported killed on West Bank. Report introduced.

(Jerusalem, Israel: Bob Simon) Confrontations between Palestinians and Israeli forces in towns of Beit Sahur and Maythalun in West Bank reported; details given, scenes shown of preparations for funerals for Palestinian victims. Scenes shown of stone-throwing in Bethlehem and Ramallah. Demonstrations by Israeli settlers shown. [PROTESTER - says we need protection.] Upcoming visit to area by Secretary of State George Shultz previewed; expectation of announcement that PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) representative will be asked by Shultz to attend international conference if certain conds. are met by PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) reported

Simon, Bob;
Spencer, Susan

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