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Germany / Neo-Nazi Violence / Israeli Reaction #342109

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 30, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Arrest in Germany of a suspect in the fire bombing that killed three Turkish immigrants last week reported; incidents of fire bombing this weekend noted.

(Tel Aviv: Bob Simon) Reaction in Israel to the neo-Nazi violence in Germany that parallels events of World War II examined. [Anchorman Israel SEGAL - comments on the wound between Germany and Israel.] Call from Israeli foreign minister Shimon Peres for Germany to crack down harder noted. [Retired Mossad chief Isser HAREL - comments.] [At Tel Aviv University, two STUDENTS - talk about the issue.]

Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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