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Israel / Violence / West Bank / Shultz Mission / Arafat #713311

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 05, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Two more Palestinians reported killed in West Bank. Lifting of ban on news coverage in area by Israel reported. Return of Secretary of State George Shultz from Middle East peace mission reported; his meetings with Egypt, Israel, Jordan, & Syria noted. Report introduced.

(Tunis, Tunisia: Doug. Tunnell) PLO's Yasir Arafat reported condemning Shultz peace plan; scenes shown of Arafat in Tunis, Tunisia. [ARAFAT - says PLO can accept United Nations role for transitional period; says accepts all United Nation resolutions on Middle East.] Shultz reported prevented by law devised by Henry Kissinger from direct dealings with PLO. [ARAFAT - say Shultz has to deal with PLO or there will be no solution.] Palestinian uprising reported giving Arafat & PLO new lease on life.

Schieffer, Bob;
Tunnell, Doug.

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