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Clinton / Peace Process / Middle East, North Korea #391588

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 26, 2000
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Washington: David Martin) President Clinton's hot pursuit of a Middle East peace deal and a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Il featured; details given about the possibility of a deal between the Israelis and Palestinians. [Asia expert James LILLEY - says dealing with North Korea is a long-term negotiation, not a quick fix.] [Washington Institute for Near East Policy Robert SATLOFF - says it would be difficult for Jewish Israelis to give up the Temple Mount; adds that a secure deal is more important than a quick deal.] [Israeli Prime Minister Ehud BARAK - says we want peace.]

Reporter(s):
Martin, David;
Roberts, John
Duration:
00:02:10

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