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CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 25, 1990
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(On the Egyptian-Israeli border: Bill McLaughlin) Series of terrorist attacks in Israel featured; scenes shown from sites of attacks along northern and southern borders. [Israeli military spokesman Brigadier General Nachman SHAI - says gunman shot at passing cars.] [SURVIVOR - comments.] Suicide attack on an Israeli position in south Lebanon reported. Gunboat carrying five Palestinian gunmen reported sunk off coast. [Deputy foreign minister Benjamin NETANYAHU - protests attack from Egyptian soil.] [Cabinet minister Ehud OLMERT, government spokesman Avi PAZNER - comment on terrorism.]

McLaughlin, Bill;
Smith, Harry

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