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Israel / United Nations Conference #331102

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 06, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv: Martha Teichner) Israel's position on possible UN conference on all Middle East problems examined; Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir noted meeting with new British Prime Minister John Major in London before visiting President Bush in Washington; scenes shown from London and from Wailing Wall. [SHAMIR, Palestinian professor Ghassan el-HATIB, Labor party leader Shimon PERES, political analyst Akiva ELDAR - comment on linkage of conference to Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Interviews presented with two Persian Gulf crisis consultants. [Johns Hopkins University Fouad AJAMI - comments on idea of international conference.] [Retired General George CRIST, AJAMI - discuss chance of peace.] Iraqi President Saddam Hussein noted moving more forces into Kuwait.

Rather, Dan;
Teichner, Martha

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