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Israel-Lebanon Relations #562551

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 04, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Israeli search operation into Lebanon reported ending; map shown of area. Reports introduced

(Lebanon Border: Martin Fletcher) Israeli officials quoted with regard to mission; scenes shown. [Army spokesperson Ranaan GISSIN - comments on mission.] Lebanese Hizballah noted aided by Iran. Israel reported avoiding confrontation with Syria; details given, scenes shown. Impact of raid discussed.

(Damascus, Syria: Michael Silver) Israel reported encountering resistance in villages of Maidoun and Ain al Tineh; details given, scenes shown. Amal forces noted joining Hizballah. Man quoted as moving family to Beirut, Lebanon. Awadeh family shown after unsuccessfully attempting to leave Maidoun. [Mrs. AWADEH - (thru translator) says doesn't understand situation.] Sons Ali and Mohammad shown.

Brokaw, Tom;
Fletcher, Martin;
Silver, Michael

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