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Middle East / Terrorism Summit / Iran #368372

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 13, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Jerusalem: Rita Braver) The summit in Egypt of world leaders in a show of unity against terrorism outlined; scenes shown from Sharm el-Sheikh. [At the conference, President CLINTON - says peace survives; says terror will not reverse history.] [Israeli Prime Minister Shimon PERES, PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader Yasir ARAFAT - talk about terrorism and peace.]

(Jerusalem: Bob Simon) Details given of the many small and historical gains made by the conference in Egypt. [Former Palestinian terrorist Ali GIDAH - says the conference will change nothing for those who commit suicide bombings.] [Bombing victim Dan SHLOMO - comments.] Scenes shown of Hizballah leaders having their own conference.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Peres's statements condemning Iran outlined.

(Tehran: Tom Fenton) The Iranian concerns that tough talk from Israel and the United States would swing the Europeans against them and that they would join in economic sanctions against Iran outlined; scenes shown from Iran. [MERCHANTS - complain that business is bad.]

Braver, Rita;
Fenton, Tom;
Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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