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Middle East / Scranton Tour #441423

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 09, 1968
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(Studio) William Scranton tours Israel for Richard Nixon. United States support of Israel may push Arabs toward USSR some Arabs say. Others not certain.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Amman, Jordan) Scranton trip interpreted by Arabs to indicate change in US-Mid. E. policy. Meets Arab Prime Minister in Jordan; also King Hussein. Holds news conference in Amman. [SCRANTON - Arabs hopeful for change in United States policy.] Israel surrender of territory taken in June war hoped for by Arabs. If Arabs dissatisfied, end of United States influence in Mid. E. predicted by Arabs.
REPORTER: Wilson Hall

Reporter(s):
Brinkley, David;
Hall, Wilson
Duration:
00:01:50

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