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Middle East / West Bank Unrest / Hebron #406747

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 30, 1996
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(Studio: Arthur Kent) Mounting tensions between Palestinians and Israeli settlers in the West Bank town of Hebron, where a Jewish settler killed 29 Palestinians in 1994, reported.

(Hebron: Rob Reynolds) Hebron, the last West Bank town still under Israeli control, visited; scenes shown of Israeli troops on patrol and of Israeli settlers living in the center of town. [Israeli nursery school assistant Sarah RAMATI, two PALESTINIANS, settler spokesman Noam ARNON, Hebron Mayor Mustapha NATSHEH - comment on the situation.] This classic Mideast deadlock, rooted in religion and steeped in years of mistrust, reiterated.

Kent, Arthur;
Reynolds, Rob

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