CBS Evening News for Saturday, Nov 02, 1991
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(Madrid: Bob Simon) Threat of new tensions in southern Lebanon to the Middle East peace talks in Madrid featured; scenes shown from south Lebanon and Madrid. [In Madrid, Lebanese foreign minister Fares BOUEZ, Israeli deputy foreign minister Benjamin NETANYAHU - comment.] Future of tomorrow's planned talks updated. Positions of Israel and Syria on the location of the second phase of negotiations outlined. [Jordan's Crown Prince HASSAN - reacts to Israel's position.] What talks coordinator Secretary of State James Baker might do next noted.
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