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Palestinian Hijacks / Hostages / Israel / US #453135

NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 14, 1970
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(Studio) Palestinians still hold American Jews hostage and treat them as Israelis; Israel threatens to kill 450 Arabs imprisoned yesterday.
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(Jerusalem, Israel) Arabs questioned.
REPORTER: Frank McGee (narrates)

(Tel Aviv, Israel) [Israeli For. Min. Abba EBAN - reports Arab prisoners held for questioning and a bargaining tool for hostage release.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(Studio) 1/2 hostages have dual American and Israeli citizenship.
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(Amman, Jordan) [TWA flight engineer Alfred KIBURIS - reports only Israeli products confiscated by hijackers.] [Flight ofr. James MAJOR - says many American-Israeli citizens on board; hostages well-treated.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(DC) United States claims dual citizens primarily Americans
REPORTER: Carl Stern

(Studio) 97 released passengers on way home.
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(Rome, Italy) [Ms. Winifred BURNETT - says husband and son still held.] [Vickie McVEY - doesn't think guerrillas will harm hostages.] [Ruth BERKOWITZ - says wants everyone released.]
REPORTER: David Burrington

(Studio) Attorney centers on US-Israeli relations
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(Studio) United Arab Republic denounces hijackers; Israel opposes releasing Arab prisoners for hostages but will if international agreement reached.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Burrington, David;
Chancellor, John;
McGee, Frank;
Mcgee, Frank;
Stern, Carl

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