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Mideast Peace / Israel-Jordan Relations #540344

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 22, 1985
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(Studio) Israeli Prime Min. Shimon Peres, on "Today", said considering possibility of USSR participation in Mideast peace talks; details given. King Hussein recalled initially holding talks in framework of UN conference History of Israeli- Jordanian relations and issue of West Bank reviewed.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Amman, Jordan) No. Palestinians in Jordan and response to Peres' proposals examined; scenes shown. Hussein's warning to PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) regarding leadership of Yasir Arafat considered. [PLO spokesperson Khalil WAZIR - doesn't believe Jordan will desert PLO.] [JORDANIAN - doesn't believe Peres is serious.]
REPORTER: Henry Champ

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Situation along Israeli-Jordanian border and on West Bank explained; scenes shown. Each country's policy in region toward the other outlined; discussed. [Univ. STUDENT - notes support among peers for PLO.]
REPORTER: Martin Fletcher

Brokaw, Tom;
Champ, Henry;
Fletcher, Martin

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