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Arms Sales / Israel #587059

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 15, 1992
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(Studio: Jane Pauley) United States Commerce Department announcement of new restrictions on the sale of missile technology to individual nations reported. Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv: Martin Fletcher) Concern in Israel with regard to the purchase of arms by Arab nations featured. [Nuclear arms specialist Gary MILHOLLIN - talks about China's sales of nuclear weapons materials in the Middle East.] Details given of China's arms sales to Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Syria. [Secretary of State James BAKER - responds to allegations that China is using North Korea as a proxy for arms sales.] January 1991 scenes shown of Scud missile attack on Israel during the Persian Gulf war. [Israeli air force Major General Herzle BODINGER - says we have to fight back.] Israeli estimates of the effectiveness of US Patriot missiles during the Persian Gulf war noted; missiles shown.

Fletcher, Martin;
Pauley, Jane

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