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Mideast / Arab Terrorism / Meir Resigns #476061

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 11, 1974
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(Studio) 3 Arab terrorists slip into Kiryat Shemona [sic] from Lebanon and kill 18; 18 wounded. Terrorists killed. Israeli Prime Min. Golda Meir calls attacks murder for murder's sake. NBC cameraman in village during raid.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Kiryat Shmong, Israel) Guerrillas took over school, then where they killed from floor to floor. Rptd. members of Palestine group; claimed guerrillas took hostages and demanded release of 100 guerrillas in Israeli jails. Israelis say men killed all they saw; no hostages. Israeli troops storm building Most daring raid since Tel Aviv airport massacre. 3 guerrillas killed by shell explosion. Palestine group called it a suicide mission. 8 children and 5 women killed.
REPORTER: David Burrington

(Jerusalem, Israel) Raid happens on same day Meir turns in resignation to parliament. She warned Lebanon it must take consequence for raid, She says it's time for new elections. Now there's no government with mandate to talk peace with Egypt and Syria.
REPORTER: David Burrington

Burrington, David;
Chancellor, John

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