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Israel / Beirut Massacre / Lebanon Cease-Fire #75216

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 31, 1982
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(Studio) Testimony from leading army officials today said contrasting with that offered by defense minister Ariel Sharon in Israel's investigation of Beirut massacre of Palestinians. Cease-fire in Lebanon reported broken today by Syria.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Syrian missile assault on Israeli reconnaissance flights discussed; foreign minister Yitzhak Shamir quoted. Issue of withdrawal of all foreign forces from Lebanon noted affected by attack. Testimony of Commander Amir Drori said conflicting with that last week by Sharon on army's anticipation of massacre in Beirut; details given of secret testimony by Israeli soldiers who witnessed slaughter.
REPORTER: John Donvan

Donaldson, Sam;
Donvan, John

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