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Middle East / Israel-Syria Peace Talks #401011

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 27, 1995
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(Queenstown, MD: Ralph Begleiter) Meeting of peace negotiators from Israel and Syria at a rural Maryland site featured; details given of the issue of the return of the Golan Heights and the ongoing fighting in Lebanon; scenes shown from the site of the talks that could put an end to five decades of Arab-Israeli conflict. [Egyptian ambassador to United States Ahmed Maher el-SAYED, "Al-Hayat" newspaper Raghida DERGHAM - comment on the Israeli-Syria talks.]

(Studio: Bernard Shaw, Ralph Begleiter) The talks and the Dayton Bosnia peace accord compared, the background of Israeli negotiator Uri Savir discussed, the personalities of the late Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and the current Israeli Prime Minister, Shimon Peres contrasted, and the four-year background to the talks outlined.

Reporter(s):
Begleiter, Ralph;
Shaw, Bernard
Duration:
00:05:50

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