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Middle E. War / Sadat / Meir #467243

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 16, 1973
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(Studio) Egyptian President Sadat outlines terms for cease-fire in Middle E. Warns Israel of missiles readied for launch deep into Israel.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Cairo, Egypt) Sadat to accept cease-fire if Israeli-occupied lands given back to Arabs.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

(Studio) Missile referred to by Sadat described.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Israeli premier Golda Meir speaks to parliament. Mrs. Meir unabashed by Egyptian missiles and rejects Egyptian cease-fire terms. Mrs. Meir reports Israeli troops already cross Suez Canal and are battling Egyptians.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(Studio) Experts examine Mrs. Meir's and President Sadat's speech to determine some move toward negotiated settlement. No prospect for negotiation discovered.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) United States experts see no decisive turning point in Mid E. war to warrant ceasefire negotiations by Arabs or Israelis. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger meets with Sovs. daily but without positive results. President to meet with 4 Arab foreign mins. tomorrow to discuss Mid. E. situation.
REPORTER: Richard Valeriani

(DC) For. mins. of Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Kuwait, Algeria request meeting with President to discuss war.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Chancellor, John;
Quinn, Charles;
Utley, Garrick;
Valeriani, Richard
Duration:
00:04:10

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