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Rogers / Mideast / Uar-Soviet Cease-Fire Violations / Israel #8224

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 09, 1970
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(Studio) Secretary of State William Rogers hardens United States Mideast line.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) [ROGERS - says United States has proof United Arab Republic and USSR violated cease-fire; says Soviet rhetoric like that of cold war.]
REPORTER: John Scali

(Studio) Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin shows displeasure with United States by not attending UN celebration in New York next week; Israel has proof Sovs. manning United Arab Republic SAMs; UAR won't roll missiles back.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Suez, UAR) Israelis destroyed 70% city; people regaining semi-normal life during cease-fire. [RESIDENT - says sent family away, won't leave city himself.]
REPORTER: Charles Murphy

(Israel) ISRAELI ARMY FILM SHOWN.] Routine relaxed since cease-fire. Arabs don't carry guns.
REPORTER: Bill Brannigan (narrates)

(Studio) Israeli Prime Min. Golda Meir says hopes cease-fire conts. and brings peace; says war not over yet.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Brannigan, Bill;
Murphy, Charles;
Reynolds, Frank;
Scali, John;
Smith, Howard K.

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