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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 10, 1989
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(Studio: Maria Shriver) Israeli soldiers reported shooting 8 year-old Palestinian boy for throwing stones. Report introduced.

(Hebron, West Bank: Martin Fletcher) Harsh conds. in Hebron, West Bank, where three-way conflict has developed between Israeli soldiers, Palestinians and Israeli citizens, featured; details given, scenes shown. [Reserve soldier Yossi DANZIG -says settlers want to make things impossible.] [Israeli SETTLER - says Palestinians are here to provoke things.] [Palestinian Ralaf SALAH - (thru translator) says Palestinians are under occupation.] [Israeli SETTLER - explains why he shot Salah's bro.] [Wounded Israeli settler Yonah HEICHEN - blames Americans and Israeli army.] [DANZIG - says there would be no problem if settlers left.]

Fletcher, Martin;
Shriver, Maria

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