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Israel / Terrorist Attack #368660

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 04, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Reports introduced.

(Tel Aviv; Bob Simon) A suicide bombing in Israel that killed 12 people today outlined; details of the string of recent attacks reviewed and scenes shown from today's blast site in downtown Tel Aviv. [Knesset member Yoram LASS - says they must fight to the end.] [Likud party leader Benjamin NETANYAHU - calls for unity to battle terrorism.] The call for revenge as the US-brokered peace process is put on hold reported. Israeli acting Prime Minister Shimon Peres' creation of a special unit to fight terrorism that reportedly might revert to the tactics used during the Intifada outlined.

(Taylor, Michigan: Rita Braver) President Clinton's reaction to the bombing in Israel presented; scenes shown from the campaign trail. [CLINTON - comments on the terrorist bombings and the fragile peace in the Middle East.]

Braver, Rita;
Rather, Dan

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