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Clinton / Economy / Middle East Trip / Peace and Unrest #353866

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 24, 1994
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(Studio: Dan Rather) President Clinton's upcoming visit to the Middle East for the signing of the Israel-Jordan peace treaty introduced.

(White House: Rita Braver) Clinton's report on the budget deficit before he leaves on his Middle East trip featured. [Before chart, CLINTON - draws a budget graph.] [Representative Martin HOKE, CLINTON - offer differing opinions on economics of the Republican "Contract with America."] [Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - seeks legislation preventing terrorist groups like Hamas, responsible for the bombing of a bus in Tel Aviv, Israel, from getting support from the US.]

(Jerusalem: Connie Chung) Israel's resumption of peace talks with the PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) noted.

(Hebron: Bob Simon) The situation in the Middle East, where the people seem far removed from the peace process of their leaders, reviewed; scenes shown of the preparations for Wednesday's peace celebration, of anti-US, anti-Israel demonstrations in Amman, Jordan, of unrest on the West Bank and from Hebron, where the killing continues in the "bloody peace." [Hebron PALESTINIAN - comments.]

Braver, Rita;
Chung, Connie;
Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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