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Camp David / Middle East / Peace Talks / Jerusalem #635470

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 20, 2000
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The continued Middle East peace talks at Camp David, MD, even though President Clinton went to Japan for the G-8 economic summit reported. [State Department spokesman Richard BOUCHER - says everyone was ready to leave the summit.] [Yitzhak HERZOG - says both parties agreed to start the talks again.] [CLINTON - says nobody wanted to give up.] [White House Press Secretary Joe LOCKHART - says Clinton persuaded both Palestinian Authority leader Yasir Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak to stay.] [Council on Foreign Relations Richard MURPHY - says nobody had a good reason to leave without an agreement.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Jerusalem: Ron Allen) The continuing controversy concerning the status of Jerusalem examined. [Father Jerome Murphy O'CONNOR - says people make the city holy.] [Jerusalem Mayor Ehud ULMERT - asks why Jerusalem should be Palestinian.] [Palestinian minister Ziad Abu ZAYYAD - criticizes the Israeli position.] [Israeli minister Natan SHARANSKY - criticizes Barak.]

Reporter(s):
Allen, Ron;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:05:20

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