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Middle East / Israel-Syria Peace Talks / Elections #405272

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 05, 1996
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(Studio: Jim Clancy) Report introduced.

(Jerusalem: Steve Hurst) The problems in getting the peace talks between Israel and Syria moving examined. [Israeli Prime Minister Shimon PERES - says an election mandate is needed to negotiate with Syria.] [Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - hopes peace negotiations can continue.] The key issue of the Golan Heights noted. [At tree planting ceremonies on the Golan, retired Israeli general Avigdor KHALANI, Likud Party Yitzhak MORDECHAI - say the settlers should stay.] Christopher said also meeting with Israeli opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu.

(Studio: Jim Clancy) The deal between Netanyahu and and an ultra-nationalist party to run a joint list of candidates for Parliment reported; the positions of his Likud Party listed.

Clancy, Jim;
Hurst, Steve

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