NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 14, 1978
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(Studio) Secretary of State Cyrus Vance's statements of United States opposition to further Israeli settlements on west bank and reaction to Israeli cabinet decision to postpone settlements until after Camp David summit between President Anwar Sadat and Prime Min. Menahem Begin reported.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(W. Bank) [Cabinet spokesperson Aryeh NAOR - announces postponement of new settlements.] Unofficial freeze on settlements for last few mos. noted. Contd. construction of already-approved settlements reported; example given. Reaction of President Carter and others to settlements in occupied territory stated.
REPORTER: Philip Till
(Studio) Update on aftermath of bombing of Beirut apt. building where 2 Palestinian guerrilla factions and many Palestinian civilians were hsed.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Beirut, Lebanon) Details of bombing, cleanup and recovery effort given. Offices of Pro-Iraqi Palestinian Liberation Front in building mentioned. Recent confrontations between Front and PLO, headed by Yasir Arafat, noted.
REPORTER: Steve Mallory
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