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Middle East / Cease-Fire Negotiations / Prisoner Exchange #467810

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 22, 1973
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(Studio) Israeli troops may be in some state of military alert. Reasons for belief outlined. Israeli and Egyptian officials make no headway in cease-fire negotiations.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(KM 101, Egypt) Israeli General Yariv and Egyptian General Gamasy talk privately with regard to permanent cease-fire. Egyptian and Israeli demands for pullbacks involving Egyptian 3rd army reviewed. United Nations' General Ensio SIILASVUO - reports meeting useful; officials to meet again tomorrow.]

(Studio) Prisoner exchange between Israel and Egypt complete.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Prisoner issue arouses most emotion. Homecoming of 1 Israeli prisoner shown. Celebration festive.
REPORTER: David Burrington

Burrington, David;
Chancellor, John;
Davis, Lou

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