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Middle East / Arab Summit / The Peace Process #408177

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jun 23, 1996
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(Studio: Bob Cain) Report introduced.

(Cairo: Christiane Amanpour; Richard Roth) The conclusion of the weekend Arab summit about the peace process in the Middle East in the wake of the election of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu featured; scenes shown from Cairo, Egypt. [Egyptian President Hosni MUBARAK, Jordan's King HUSSEIN, PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader Yasir Arafat, Egyptian foreign minister Amr MOUSSA - comment on the issues.] [Libyan leader Muammar KADHAFI - says the meeting was positive for him.] The response from Netanyahu about the peace process and the Cairo summit featured. [NETANYAHU - speaks about the peace.]

Amanpour, Christiane;
Cain, Bob

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