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Christmas / Servicemen / Bethlehem #717820

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 24, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) President Bush's traditional call to service personnel overseas reported; photo & of celebrations in Kuwait & Afghanistan shown.

(Bethlehem: Kimberly Dozier) Christmas in Bethlehem featured; scenes shown from inside the Church of the Nativity, the presence of Israeli troops, the empty Manger Square & protests against the occupation. [Tourist Alfred MARRO†, volunteer teacher Leanne PANG†, resident Vera BAHBUN†- offer views on the situation in Bethlehem this Christmas.]

(Studio: John Roberts) The homily from Pope John Paul II for the midnight Mass at the Vatican reported; scenes shown.

Roberts, John;
Dozier, Kimberly

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