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Middle East / Arab Summit #408163

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jun 22, 1996
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(Studio: Bob Cain) Report introduced.

(Cairo: Christiane Amanpour; Richard Roth) The Arab summit meeting in Cairo, Egypt, to discuss the election of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and peace issues featured; scenes shown from the summit gathering. [Egyptian President Hosni MUBARAK (thru translator) - talks about the peace process.] [Jordanian Information Minister Marwan MUASHER - talks about the meeting.] [Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr MOUSSA, Libyan Foreign minister Omar el MUNTASSER - comment on the surprise visit by Libyan leader Muammar Kadhafi to the summit.]

(Jerusalem: Walter Rodgers) The controversy over Jerusalem between Israel and Arabs featured; scenes shown. [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin NETANYAHU - says Jerusalem is not negotiable.] [Palestinian Council Member Hanan ASHRAWI, Syrian historian Zakker SUHEIL, Israeli analyst Ehud YA'ARI - comment.]

Amanpour, Christiane;
Cain, Bob;
Rodgers, Walter

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