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Middle East / Clinton's Trip #596524

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 27, 1994
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Map shown of the of sites of President Clinton's stops in the Middle East.

(Jerusalem: Andrea Mitchell) Clinton's visit to Syria to talk about peace with Israel featured; scenes shown while the tone of Syrian President Hafez al-Assad's response is described. [ASSAD - (thru translator) says terrorism was not discussed; wants peaceful relations with Israel.] [Senator Dennis DeCONCINI - says Syria allows terrorists to operate.] The issue of Israeli withdrawal from the Golan Heights outlined. ["US News and World Report" David MAKOVSKY - queries Assad.] [Before Israel's knesset, CLINTON - talks about Syria and peace.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Attempts by a White House official to put a better face on the Assad meeting noted; scenes shown of Hillary Clinton visiting Jerusalem's Wailing Wall.

Brokaw, Tom;
Mitchell, Andrea

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