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Israel / Lebanon Raids #518006

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 19, 1981
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(Studio) Israel reported continued attacks on Palestinian targets in south Lebanon in response to continue Palestinian rocket attacks on Israel's border towns; US envoy Philip Habib said meeting with Prime Min. Menahem Begin twice today.
REPORTER: Jane Pauley

(Beirut, Lebanon) Israeli raids in south Lebanon today examined; films shown. Analysis of situation by uniden. Palestinian leaders outlined.
REPORTER: Vic Aicken

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Today's raid on Palestinian sites, include Beaufort Castle, said in retaliation for Palestinian rocket attacks on Israel's border towns; situation in Kiryat Shemona examined. Habib's continued effort to end raids by both sides discussed; Begin's alleged response to Habib's report of President Reagan's reaction to raids quoted. [HABIB - comments.] Israel's warning with regard to future attacks from Lebanon mentioned.
REPORTER: Arthur Kent

Aicken, Vic;
Kent, Arthur;
Pauley, Jane

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