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Terrorism / Italy / France / West Germany / Israel #53819

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 12, 1978
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(Studio) Terrorism in Europe considered. French deportation to West Germany of suspect in slaying of Hanns Martin Schleyer reported Bombing in Rome, damaging government office, reported Film shown. Another shooting of political in Milan, Italy, reported Film shown. Red Brigades rptdly. take credit. Aldo Moro death recalled; memorial service set for tomorrow reported Pope Paul said to attend. Offense taken by Moshe Dayan in Stockholm, Sweden, when questioned with regard to his and Menahem Begin's "terrorist" roles reported Chg. said made by Peace Now group in Israel.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Israel) April 1 film of demonstration for "peace now" shown. Group's stance explained. [Army reservist Dr. Uri ELMALACH - explains position.] [Air Force Lieutenant Yoel BAR and Omri PADAR - explain feelings with regard to peace.] Peace movement further considered.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Jennings, Peter;
Reynolds, Frank

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