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King Hussein / Palestinians / Waldheim #559012

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 31, 1988
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(Studio: John Hart) Report introduced.

(Amman, Jordan: Rick Davis) King Hussein of Jordan reported leaving on trip to Europe to meet with Pope John Paul II, and visit Germany and Austria to discuss situation in Middle East. Mtg. of Jordanian officials with PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) on issue of Israeli-occupied territories discussed. [PLO spokesperson Abdullah HOURANI - says PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) should take part in international conf.] Mtg. of Hussein with Reagan envoy Philip Habib to discuss finding of new Palestinian leaders reported [Ex-mayor from West Bank Mohamed MILHEM - says no Palestinian wants to appear as traitor.] Issue of role of PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) in any peace talks about area mentioned.

(Studio: John Hart) Breaking up of betting ring in New York City on eve of football's Super Bowl reported; details given, scenes shown; Genovese crime family mentioned.

Davis, Rick;
Hart, John

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