ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 13, 1978
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(Studio) Reports on pols. by bullet and ballot in Israel, Netherlands and France noted.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters
(Studio) French elecs., terrorist attack in Netherlands and expected Israeli retaliation for PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) attack in Israel over wkend. are subjects of reports
REPORTER: Peter Jennings
(Jerusalem, Israel) Burials of some of Israeli victims noted. Prime Min. Begin's speech to parliament quoted. Inquiries into terrorist attack and how attackers got through coastal defense noted; comments by national police chief Haim Tabori cited. Expected impact of attack on Begin's talks with President Carter next week outlined.
REPORTER: Bill Seamans
(NYC) Photo shown of Gail Rubin, 1st victim of PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) attackers. Ms. Rubin was American; telegram received by her parents, the John Rubins of NYC, noted. [Mrs. RUBIN - reads telegram from President and Mrs. Carter.] Is mentioned that Ms. Rubin was photographer and was on beach when terrorists came ashore. [Mr. and Mrs. RUBIN - talk of daughter's photographic skills.] Gail Rubin's photos shown.
REPORTER: Bill Stewart
(DC) Report on State Department reaction to near certainty of Israeli reprisal, according to statement released by spokesperson Hodding Carter III.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel
(Studio) Upcoming item on raid noted. Reaction of Syria, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Palestinians reported; reports from Beirut with regard to Palestinian concern about Israeli retaliation mentioned.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings
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