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Syria / Lebanese Intervention #488932

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 03, 1976
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(Studio) Lebanese Moslems and Palestinian allies block Beirut streets as Syrian troops near capital; action is protest against Syrian troop intervention into Lebanon to help end civil war.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Bekaa Valley, Lebanon) Syrians now in Bekaa Valley.
REPORTER: Philip Till

(Zahle, Lebanon) Troops set up checkpoints near Zahle, town formerly besieged by leftists for mos. Syrian troops say they'll go on to Beirut if the people want it.
REPORTER: Philip Till

(Studio) Israelis standing by watching events in Lebanon. Steve Delaney reports Israel probably won't react unless Syrians move toward Israeli border.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Israel-Lebanon border) Calm exists along border. On north border, Israel relatively calm; no terrorists have crossed border in nearly year Agreement rptdly. exists between Syria and Israel; Israel to remain intact as long as Syrians don't move toward border.
REPORTER: Steve Delaney

(Studio) Syrian invasion of Lebanon has effects around world. In Cairo, students storm Syrian embassy; demands listed.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Delaney, Steve;
Till, Philip
Duration:
00:03:40

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