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Middle East / Bush-Mubarak Meeting / Afula Hospital #702633

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 08, 2002
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.

(Camp David: Joie Chen) The meeting of President Bush and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to discuss the Middle East and the latest violence between Israelis and Palestinians reviewed; scenes shown of the two men at Camp David. [BUSH - says we need to get started soon; states the issue is whether the Palestinian people can have a hopeful future.] [MUBARAK - talks about Palestinian Authority president Yasir Arafat.] Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's coming visit to the US noted.

(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The continuing violence in the Middle East reported.

(Afula: David Hawkins) The story of two survivors in a hospital in Afula, West Bank, featured; scenes shown of wounded Palestinian suicide bombing Zaydan Zaydan and Israeli Cpl. Kafir Levy, who was injured in the bus bombing and from the bus site.

Chen, Joie;
Hawkins, David;
Mitchell, Russ

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