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Lebanon / Fighting, Reconciliation Talks #535993

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 18, 1984
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(Studio) Escalated fighting in Lebanon today reported.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Lausanne, Switzerland) Apparent lack of progress in Lebanon's reconciliation talks here examined; films shown. No. killed in Lebanon since leaders meeting here agreed on cease-fire noted; Druse leader Walid Jumblatt's labeling of talks as "surrealistic theater" mentioned. [JUMBLATT - explains comment.] Issues continue to divide participants discussed; Syrian vice president Abdel Halim Khaddam thought pressuring Lebanese leaders into agreement.
REPORTER: Paul Miller

(Studio) Incr. security for Americans living in Beirut in light of recent kidnappings of United States citizens there discussed.
REPORTER: John Palmer

Miller, Paul;
Palmer, John

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