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Israeli / Political Scandal / Netanyahu / Peace Process #415426

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 16, 1997
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Recommendations by an Israeli police commission that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted in the growing political corruption scandal in Israel recapped.

(Jerusalem: Jerrold Kessel) The influence trading scandal in Israeli politics examined. [Political analyst David LANDAU - says Netanyahu could be finished.] [Voice of Israeli government spokesman Moshe FOGEL - defends Netanyahu.] Netanyahu's meeting with United States envoy Dennis Ross to try to salvage the Middle East peace process shown.

(Studio: Judy Woodruff; State Department: Steve Hurst) The public and private response from United States official to the Israeli political scandal, how it could affect the Israeli-Palestinian peace process and whether Secretary of State Madeleine Albright might go to the region discussed.

Reporter(s):
Hurst, Steve;
Kessel, Jerrold;
Shaw, Bernard;
Woodruff, Judy
Duration:
00:06:20

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