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Middle East / Clinton In Syria / Israel / Waxman Family #353920

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 27, 1994
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(Jerusalem: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Jerusalem: Rita Braver) President Clinton's visit to Syria to talk about peace with Israel featured; scenes shown. [CLINTON - talks peace.] [Syrian President Hafez al-ASSAD - (thru translator) wonders if Israel wants peace.] [Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak RABIN - says there are changes in Arab-Israeli relations.]

(Jerusalem: Bob Simon) The preparations in Jerusalem for Clinton's visit featured; scenes shown from the Old City, where Hillary Clinton visited the Wailing Wall. [Israeli opposition leader Benjamin NETANYAHU - tells Clinton Jerusalem must remain united.] [Before the knesset, CLINTON - comments.]

(Jerusalem: Connie Chung) The recent death of Israeli soldier Nahshon Waxman, who was kidnapped by the Islamic militant group Hamas and killed during a failed rescue attempt, recalled. [CLINTON - honors the parents of the slain soldier.] [Parents Esther and Yehuda WAXMAN - talk about their son, the letters they have received from around the world and the meaning of his death.]

Reporter(s):
Braver, Rita;
Chung, Connie;
Simon, Bob
Duration:
00:08:20

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