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Saudi Arabia / Khalid Death #524081

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 13, 1982
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(Studio) Death of Saudi Arabian King Khalid reported; brother Fahd said ascending throne; details given.

(No location given) Khalid's funeral examined; films shown. Fahd's role in day-to-day pols. noted; Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, successor to Anwar Sadat, said given reason to reopen contact with Saudi Arabia; details given.
REPORTER: Jim Bittermann

(DC) Official reaction to Khalid's death examined President Reagan, Secretary State Alexander Haig reported sending condolences; details given. [Courtesy CBS, "Face the Nation", Senator Charles PERCY - considers transition unruffled.] ["Mideast Report" editor David MIZRAHI - considers ascension to the throne.] Saudi Arabia's role in PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) and Mideast peace in general considered.
REPORTER: Marvin Kalb

(Studio) Upcoming item announced.

Bittermann, Jim;
Hart, John;
Kalb, Marvin

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