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(Studio: Hilary Bowker) Report introduced.
(Jerusalem: Walter Rodgers) The renewed fighting in the Middle East between Israel and the Palestinians featured; scenes shown from Jerusalem, where Israeli police retaliated against stone-throwing Palestinians at a mosque. [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin NETANYAHU - blames Palestinian Authority president Yasir Arafat for urging his people to riot over the opening of the Israeli-made tunnel below the mosque.] [Israeli Chief of Staff Amnon SHAHAK (thru translator) - makes threats.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Pressure on Netanyahu to close the tunnel from the US outlined. [State Department spokesperson Nicholas BURNS - outlines the US position.]
(New York: Richard Roth) Criticism from the United Nations of Netanyahu discussed. [Egyptian Foreign Minister Amre MOUSSA, French Foreign Minister Herve de CHARETTE, Cabinet Minister Farouk KADDUMI, United States ambassador to the UN Madeleine ALBRIGHT - speak at the General Assembly session.]
- Bowker, Hilary;
- Rodgers, Walter;
- Roth, Richard;
- Shaw, Bernard
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