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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 06, 1971
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(Studio) Israel Prime Minister Golda Meir says Israel willing to stand alone to defend right to exist; United States Egypt diplomat Don C. Bergus meets with Egypt foreign affairs minister of state to present United States Suez Canal reopening proposal; Israel rptdly. bought United States live television system capable of helping keep Suez Canal peace.
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(California) Unmanned "Drone" aircraft capable of carrying camera to transmit picture of area, carrying bombs. [Teledyne Ryan Aeronautical Corporation Vice President Robert SCHWANHAUSSER - says both sides in Middle East could be involved in programming surveillance drones to maintain peace by monitoring movements along Suez Canal.]
REPORTER: Roy Neal

Reporter(s):
Mcgee, Frank;
Neal, Roy
Duration:
00:02:30

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