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Middle East Crisis / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Violence / Peace Talks / Bethlehem / Christmas Protests #391520

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 21, 2000
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The continuing violence between Israelis and Palestinians and US-sponsored peace talks in Washington reported; details given of progress toward an agreement concerning control of some sections of Jerusalem.

(Bethlehem: David Hawkins) The cancellation of the largest Christmas party ever planned for Bethlehem with almost no tourism due to the violence between Israelis and Palestinians reported; scenes shown of a protest march and a funeral in Bethlehem. [Bethlehem Mayor Hanna NASSER - says the atmosphere is sad; says Christmas has not been canceled.] [Souvenir SALESMAN - says he will have no Christmas this year.] [Restaurant OWNER - says he has had no customers for months.]

Hawkins, David;
Rather, Dan

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