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(Studio: Andria Hall) The final status issues being discussed at the Middle East peace talks in Washington, DC, outlined on screen. [National Security Council spokesman P.J. CROWLEY - comments on the talks.] [Palestinian negotiator Saeb EREKAT, Israeli foreign minister Shlomo BEN- AMI - comment on the negotiations.] [In interview, former ambassador to Syria Richard MURPHY - explains why the Israelis and Palestinians would like to reach a program for the future before President Clinton leaves office; doubts the new administration would become as engaged as the Clinton administration has been; says a "framework agreement" is possible now that could provide guidelines for future talks to fill in the details.]
- Hall, Andria
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