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Middle East / Violence // Peace Process #415517

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 02, 1997
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Meeting of Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and Jordan's King Hussein to discuss the rise in violence in the Middle East reported; scenes shown; details given of her telephone talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority president Yasir Arafat.

(Ramallah, West Bank: Jerrold Kessel) The unrest in the Middle East reviewed; scenes shown from the funeral for two Palestinian suicide bombers from Islamic Jihad and of a truck carrying Israeli soldiers that was bombed off the road on the West Bank. [NETANYAHU - previews his meeting with President Clinton to get the peace talks back on track.] [PALESTINIAN - sees the United States as pro-Israel.] [Palestinian Council member Hanan ASHRAWI - expresses skepticism about a Clinton-Netanyahu meeting.] The issue of Israel's housing project in East Jerusalem mentioned.

Kessel, Jerrold;
Woodruff, Judy

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