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Israel-Lebanon Conflict #524452

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 05, 1982
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(Studio) Latest outbreak of violence in south Lebanon reported coming with Israeli offensive.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Beirut, Lebanon) Israeli move into south Lebanon examined; films shown.
REPORTER: Steve Mallory

(Studio) PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) counterattack noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(N. Israel) PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) offensive here examined in detail; limitations imposed by censors stated. Defense minister Ariel Sharon mentioned, shown.
REPORTER: Vic Aicken

(Studio) Censorship of preceding report reiterated. United Nations Sec. Council reported passing resolution calling for resumption of cease-fire in Mideast; Secretary of State Alexander Haig's acknowledgement that United States-engineered cease-fire is dead mentioned.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Paris, France) United States analysis of Israeli-Lebanon conflict outlined; Secretary State Alexander Haig said orchestrating effort to head off major conflict. [HAIG - comments on contact with involved parties.] Envoy Philip Habib mentioned.
REPORTER: Marvin Kalb

(Studio) Shooting of Israeli ambassador Shlomo Argov recalled catalyst to latest round of fighting; London police reported arresting more suspects in shooting Argov's condition mentioned. Upcoming item announced.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

Aicken, Vic;
Chancellor, John;
Kalb, Marvin;
Mallory, Steve;
Savitch, Jessica

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