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United Nations / Jerusalem #67135

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 20, 1980
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(Studio) United States said only nation abstaining from United Nations Sec. Council condemnation of Israel's annexation of Jerusalem for its capital.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(NYC) Secretary of State Edmund Muskie's order to take part in United Nations debate said pol. decision by White House with regard to Jewish voters; Muskie's meeting with United States ambassador Don. McHenry mentioned. Final resolution discussed; status of various for. embassies in Jerusalem detailed. [MUSKIE - addresses Sec. Council] Final vote noted.
REPORTER: Lou Cioffi

(Studio) Further coverage of Jerusalem issue and Israel's raids into south Lebanon announced for tonight's edition of "Nightline."
REPORTER: Max Robinson

Cioffi, Lou;
Robinson, Max

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