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Middle East / Peace and War / Summit #410404

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 29, 1996
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(Studio: Martin Savidge) Report introduced.

(Jerusalem: Jerrold Kessel) Invitation from President Clinton for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority president Yasir Arafat to meet face-to-face to end the violence in the Middle East outlined; the fighting last week reviewed.

(Jerusalem: Bill Delaney) The death of a Palestinian boy at a mosque and his grieving relatives featured. [RELATIVES (thru translator), Israelis Herman and Alex SHAPIRO - comment on the young man's death.] [Orthodox JEW - says he feels for the family.]

(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) Report introduced.

(White House: Claire Shipman) The White House efforts to broker a peace between the two Middle East factions outlined. [President CLINTON - says they want peace.] [On Late Edition, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin NETANYAHU, Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - comment.]

(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) Discussion of the agenda of the Netanyahu government with Israeli Ambassador Eliahu Ben Elissar featured. [ELISSAR- outlines their objectives and talks about the upcoming Washington Summit.]

Delaney, Bill;
Kessel, Jerrold;
Meserve, Jeanne;
Savidge, Martin;
Shipman, Claire

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