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(Washington: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(White House: Rita Braver) The results of the meeting at the White House between PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader Yasir Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu examined; details given of a new round of talks scheduled to open Sunday in the Middle East. [President CLINTON - talks about the relationships of the two parties; explains why the two leaders did not talk themselves.] Arafat said disappointed with the summit.
(Tel Aviv: Bob Simon) The expectation of more violence and conflict in the Middle East outlined; scenes shown of Jews marching in a religious festival and Palestinians locked in their homes in Hebron for the seventh straight day by the Jews. [Israeli settler David VILDER, Palestinian activist Daoud KUTTAB - comment on the failed peace.]
(Washington: Dan Rather) Comments from Palestinian Authority adviser Yasser Abed Rabbo and Netanyahu featured. [RABBO - says this is a real setback and hopes the peace process will not be further endangered.] [NETANYAHU - tells of the benefits of the summit.]
- Braver, Rita;
- Rather, Dan;
- Simon, Bob
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