CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 19, 1998
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The stalling of peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians reviewed.
(Washington: Walter Rodgers) The trip by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the US, where he will meet with President Clinton, featured; scenes shown of his arrival at Andrews Air Force Base, MD; details given of support for Netanyahu from Christian fundamentalists, conservative Republicans and American Jews. [In speech to evangelical Christians, NETANYAHU - offers thanks for their support.]
(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Report introduced.
(White House: Wolf Blitzer) Clinton's Middle East peace strategy outlined. [While painting a school, CLINTON - talks about moving Middle East peace forward.] [Conference of Presidents of American Jewish Organizations Malcolm HONLEIN, Arab-American Institution James ZOGBY - offer advice to Clinton about taking risks for peace.] The deteriorating state of the relationship between Clinton and Netanyahu noted. [Former assistant Secretary of State Robert PELLETRAU - assesses the lack of chemistry between the two men.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.
(Hazerim Air Force Base, Israel: Jerrold Kessel) The delivery of United States F-15s to Israel featured; scenes shown of the planes flown in by United States pilots. [Bar-Ilan University Gerald STEINBERG, Israeli defense minister Yitzhak MORDECHAI, Israeli air force chief Maj, General Eitan Ben-ELIYAHU - talk about the capabilities of the F-15s in aiding Israeli defense.]
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