ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 28, 1977
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(Studio) Recent relative quiet in Lebanon is shattered by fighting between rival Palestinian groups south of Beirut Monday night. Quiet has been held due to peace-keeping troops, mostly from Syria. Cntry.'s shattered economic is coming back to life.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Beirut, Lebanon) Report on Lebanon's economic, aid country is now getting, what's been promised and prospects for future. Govt. of President Elias Sarkis realizes security is 1st priority and without it little can be done; and that it must be largely Lebanese effort.
REPORTER: Jerry King
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