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Mideast / Cease-Fire Boycott / United States / Uar #453479

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 06, 1970
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(Studio) Israel to boycott peace talks till United Arab Republic SAMs moved back to pre-cease-fire positions; Reuter's News Agency reports Israeli troops in Jordan.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Studio) State Department disappointed.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(San Clemente, California) Admin. not surprised at Israeli boycott; wants cease-fire preserved, SAMs rolled back.
REPORTER: Herbert Kaplow

(NYC) United Arab Republic denies cease-fire violations, asks what United States will do if Israel attacks Egypt. [UAR United Nations Ambassador Mohammed EL-ZAYYAT - says Washington, DC guaranteed peace initiative terms; admits dummy - surface to air missile switches within cease-fire zone to guard against surprise attack.] [Israeli Ambassador Yitzhak RABIN - says Israel wants total surface to air missile rollback.]
REPORTER: Pauline Frederick

(Studio) Israeli Prime Min. Golda Meir to visit Washington, DC September 25; Israel denies returning to Lebanon after raid ending yesterday.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Lebanon) Israeli jets hit Arab guerrilla base camps.
REPORTER: John Chancellor (narrates)

Brinkley, David;
Chancellor, John;
Frederick, Pauline;
Kaplow, Herbert.

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