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Middle East / Bush Peace Initiative / Powell Interview #703901

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 25, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv: David Hawkins) The response of Israelis and Palestinians to President Bush's Middle East peace initiative examined. [Palestinian Authority leader Yasir ARAFAT (thru translator) - says the Palestinians will choose their own leader.] [Two PALESTINIANS, two ISRAELIS - offer views on the speech.] [Al-Quds editor Abdel Bari ATWAN - says Arafat would win in a Palestinian election.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Interview held with Secretary of State Colin Powell. [POWELL - says Bush's speech was not a victory for administration hardliners; says everyone worked hard on the policy; says he repeatedly put Arafat on notice; says Palestinians need to bring in new leaders; says he hopes Palestinians will not bring in more radical leaders.]

Hawkins, David;
Roberts, John

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