ABC Evening News for Friday, Jun 02, 1978
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(Studio) Reports with regard to fishing rights dispute between United States and Canada; Continental Oil Company's announcement of finding almost no oil in Atlantic Ocean off New Jersey; Baltimore police investigation of possible mercy killing at Maryland General Hospital; Caroline Kennedy's new summer job as reporter for "Los Angeles Herald-Examiner"; terrorist shooting of associates and wife of Turkish ambassador to Spain, in Madrid, allegedly in retaliation for Armenians exterminated in World War I; and PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) claims of responsibility for bus bombing in Jerusalem, in which Baltimore man, Richard Fishman, was killed. Films of Maryland hospital and Madrid terrorist incident shown. John F. Kennedy mentioned.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Jerusalem, Israel) Details of Jerusalem bus bombing given.
REPORTER: Bill Seamans
(Studio) Presence of Egyptian foreign minister Mohammed Ibrahim Kamel in New York City for UN disarmament talks noted; interview shown. Kamel is asked for reaction to terrorist attack in Israel. [KAMEL - is sorry for casualties caused by such acts, but these acts are caused by despair and frustration. Says this is why Egypt believes best security against such acts is to restore rights of Palestinians.]
REPORTER: Barbara Walters