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Middle E. War / Golan Heights Front #467583

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 09, 1973
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(Studio) Israeli Air Force hits refineries and power plants in Syria also.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Golan Heights) Main fighting near Quneitra, Syria. Syrians hope to halt Israeli advance; tank battle ensues. No official word on casualties available. Israeli Air Force rules air over Golan Heights with little trouble. Syrian artillery seems to slow but not stop Israeli advancement.

(Studio) Syrians use Russian surface to surface missiles. Syrian version of battle follows.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Golan Heights) Syrian television film proudly shows Syrians moving through Israeli-occupied territory, leveling signs on their way. Syria admits forces under head Israeli air attack but troops still advancing, according to Syria. Captured Israeli troops shown.
REPORTER: George Montgomery

Chancellor, John;
Montgomery, George;
North, Don

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