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Middle East / Israel-Jordan Peace Treaty / Israel-PLO #596308

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 17, 1994
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv: Martin Fletcher) Peace agreement between Israel and Jordan featured; scenes shown from Amman, Jordan; map shown of the territories lost and gained in Arab-Israeli wars. [Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak RABIN, Jordan's King HUSSEIN - comment.] The joint decision about the area's land and water outlined. Israel said now hoping to pressure Syria to follow suit.

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(White House: Andrea Mitchell) The reaction of the administration to peace moves in the Middle East examined. [White House Chief of Staff Leon PANETTA, President CLINTON - talk about peace in the Middle East.] Clinton's stake in the Jordan-Israel treaty explained. [Carnegie Endowment Richard HAASS - talks about the prospects for peace with Syria.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Fletcher, Martin;
Mitchell, Andrea

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