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Middle East / Camp David Summit / Protests #394633

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 16, 2000
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(Studio: Sharyl Attkisson) The sixth day of the Middle East peace summit at Camp David introduced.

(White House: Lee Cowan) The tense summit talks reviewed; details given of the summit issues of West Bank, Palestinian refugees and East Jerusalem and the US aid package if a deal is reached. [White House press secretary Joe LOCKHART - jokes about the press coverage.] [Majority leader Senator Trent LOTT - questions spending United States taxpayer dollars.]

(Studio: Sharyl Attkisson) Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv: David Hawkins) Protests in the Middle East featured; scenes shown from Tel Aviv of right-wing protests against Prime Minister Ehud Barak, of clashes in Hebron, West Bank and of buses burned by Palestinian demonstrators. [Settler David ROTEM - says Barak is going against the nation's wishes.] Threat from Palestinian Authority president Yasir Arafat to unilaterally declare a Palestinian state noted.

Attkisson, Sharyl;
Cowan, Lee;
Hawkins, David

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