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Middle East / Hebron Deal / Clinton #610584

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 29, 1996
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(Studio: Dawn Fratangelo) Report introduced.

(Hebron: Martin Fletcher) The nearing of the completion of a deal between Israel and the Palestinians for the withdrawal of Israeli troops from the West Bank town of Hebron featured; scenes shown of Palestinian Authority president Yasir Arafat meeting with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and of the Israeli military presence in the town. The view of the Jewish settlers that the deal would be a sell-out noted. [Hebron resident Naim TOMAZY, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin NETANYAHU - comment on Hebron.] The next stage of the peace talks noted: the future of Jerusalem.

(Studio: Dawn Fratangelo) Report introduced.

(White House: Chip Reid) President Clinton's involvement in the Middle East peace talks reviewed; scenes shown of the vacationing president; scenes shown of the Clinton-Arafat-Netanyahu meeting. [Georgetown University professor Robert LIEBER - says there are difficult peace issues.] [Syrian foreign minister Farouq al-SHAARA - says Syria is ready to resume peace talks.]

Fletcher, Martin;
Fratangelo, Dawn;
Reid, Chip

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