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Jordan / Civil War / Arab Summit / US #453288

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 22, 1970
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(Studio) Jordan sends troops, tanks, planes against guerrillas and Syrians in Irbid, Jordan.
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(Beirut, Lebanon) Wounded civilians flown to hospital. [Red Cross SPOKESPERSON - says food scarce in Amman, Jordan; situation improving.]
REPORTER: Wilson Hall

(Studio) Arab summit conference collapses; 4 leaders sent to Jordan.
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(Cairo, UAR) Key leaders Jordan King Hussein and Palestinian Yasir Arafat not at meeting
REPORTER: Ray Scherer

(Studio) Guerrillas say hijack hostages POWs; reports Israeli tanks on Jordan border.
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(Studio) Hussein asks Big 4 expel Syria from Jordan; Senator Gordon Allott reports Nixon won't use military action in Mideast.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Israel may seize key positions near Irbid, Jordan; may aid Hussein against Palestinians.
REPORTER: Richard Valeriani

(DC) Pentagon hopes show of force will make military action unnecessary; 6th Fleet incrd. 40%.
REPORTER: Robert Goralski

(Studio) Nixon may cancel European tour due to Mideast crisis.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Goralski, Robert;
Hall, Wilson;
Mcgee, Frank;
Scherer, Ray;
Valeriani, Richard

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