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Middle East / Baker Trip / Iraqi Refugees / Israel #338068

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 07, 1991
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(Ankara: Bill Plante) Visit by Secretary of State James Baker to the region to look into the refugee question featured; scenes shown of his arrival in Turkey. [BAKER - says Hussein has used savage force, but US will not get sucked into a civil war in Iraq.]

(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(Jerusalem: Barry Petersen) Baker's visit to Israel to renew pressure on Israel to open talks with the Palestinians previewed. [Cabinet minister Ehud OLMERT - says we will not negotiate with the PLO.] Growth of Jewish settlements in the occupied town of Ariel, West Bank, noted; scenes shown. [Ariel Mayor Ron NACHMAN - comments.] Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir's government's position on relations with United States reiterated.

Petersen, Barry;
Plante, Bill;
Spencer, Susan

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