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Middle East / Peace Talks / Hebron / Chalev Interview #410756

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 14, 1997
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(Studio: Fionnuala Sweeney) Report introduced.

(Erez Crossing: Jerrold Kessel) Telephone report on the meeting of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Palestinian Authority president Yasir Arafat and United States Middle East envoy Dennis Ross to close out the deal for the redeployment of Israeli troops in the West Bank town of Hebron presented; scenes shown from outside the Erez Crossing, the site of the talks.

(Studio: Charles Bierbauer; Jerusalem: Walter Rodgers) The problems that could hold up the signing of the Israeli-Palestinian deal on Hebron by Netanyahu and Arafat, two men who do not like each other, discussed. [Ma'ariv political analyst Chemi SHALEV - talks about Netanyahu, a "mysterious person," who will sign the Hebron agreement because he must come to realize he will have to give up land for peace; suggests that Netanyahu will be able to push the deal through the cabinet, but his right- wing coalition will now be weakened.]

Reporter(s):
Bierbauer, Charles;
Kessel, Jerrold;
Rodgers, Walter;
Sweeney, Fionnuala
Duration:
00:10:00

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