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Middle East / Camp David Summit / Jerusalem / US-China Arms Deal #436133

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 12, 2000
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The issues between the Israelis and Palestinians that are under consideration at the Camp David summit listed.

(Jerusalem: Mike Hanna) The apparently unresolvable issue of the future of Jerusalem examined. [Israeli Prime Minister Ehud BARAK - (thru translator) says Jerusalem will remain unified.] [Israeli cabinet minister Haim RAMON - says the Jerusalem issue must be delayed for several years.] [Palestinian spokeswoman Hanan ASHRAWI - comments on the Palestinian issues.]

(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Report introduced.

(Near Camp David, MD: Jerrold Kessel) Israel's cancellation of its controversial arms sales deal with China examined; scenes shown of the Israeli-built Falcon system, which angered the US. [Israeli government spokesman Gadi BALTIANSKY - comments.] The likelihood that if there is an agreement, President Clinton will ask Congress for financial aid for the Middle East noted.

Hanna, Mike;
Kessel, Jerrold;
Shaw, Bernard;
Woodruff, Judy

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