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Middle East / Israel / Rabin Assassination #400360

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 05, 1995
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(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) Memories of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, who was assassinated yesterday, presented. [Russian foreign minister Andrei KOZYREV - comments.] The words of Pope John Paul II and United Nations Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali outlined on screen.

(Cairo: James Martone) The reaction of the Arab world to the assassination featured. [PLO leader Yasir ARAFAT - hopes the Israelis and Palestinians can overcome this tragedy and build the peace process.] [Former Egyptian prime minister Mustapha KHALIL, Jordanian PrIme minister Zeid Bin SHAKER, Egyptian MAN - comment on the assassination and peace.]

(Studio: Joe Oliver) Reflections from former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger presented. [Near tears, KISSINGER - describes Rabin's personality and the meaning of what he did for peace; says acting Prime Minister Shimon Peres now has the responsibility; recalls Rabin's reluctant handshake with Arafat.]

(Studio: Joe Oliver) Excerpts from Rabin's speech at the White House shown. [RABIN - tells the Palestinians "enough of blood and tears."]

Reporter(s):
Martone, James;
Meserve, Jeanne;
Oliver, Joe
Duration:
00:07:50

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