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(Studio) Egypt's President Anwar Sadat said refusing Morocco King Hassan's invitation to join other Arab ntns. in ending Israel's control of Jerusalem; details given. United Nations Sec. Council said debating resolution calling for those ntns. with embassies in Jerusalem to pull them out.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch
(Tel Aviv, Israel) Holland and 12 Latin American countries noted having embassies in Jerusalem; Israel's concern over possibility of Holland leaving explained. Venezuela, Uruguay and Colombia reported moving; Ecuador mentioned. Prime Min. Menahem Begin's role in issue and possible pressure on him from United States noted.
REPORTER: Steve Mallory
- Mallory, Steve;
- Savitch, Jessica
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