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Mideast / Sinai Disengagement Plan / Hammami Death #496073

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 05, 1978
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(Studio) Report on decision of US, Egypt and Israel with regard to fate of Sinai Desert, captured by Israel during 1967 war.

(Aswan, Egypt) Details of plan given; mentioned are fates of Israeli settlements now in area, Israeli military presence in Sinai at sites of Sharm El Sheikh and El Arish, Gaza Strip and United States role in security of Sinai. Plan to be discussed at Cairo and Jerusalem confs.
REPORTER: Bill Sternoff

(Studio) Contd. mystery with regard to murder of PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) representative in London, Siad Hammami, noted. Claims by Palestinian revolution group that murder is its responsibility and statement by Mideast Palestinians that they never heard of such group reported PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) to send own team to England to investigate.

Hart, John;
Sternoff, Bill

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