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Middle East / Peace Conference #879075

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 27, 2007
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Annapolis: Bill Plante) The first steps towards a Middle East peace agreement brought together by President Bush at Annapolis, Maryland, featured; details given about problems with an agenda and the outstanding issues. [BUSH - talks about bilateral negotiations for a peace agreement.] [Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud ABBAS, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud OLMERT - {thru translator} comment on peace.] [The Shalem Center Michael OREN†- comments on the message to Iran.] [Former Mideast negotiator Aaron MILLER†, Saban Center for Middle East Policy Martin INDYK†- comment on this serious discussion.]

(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(West Bank: Elizabeth Palmer) Protests on the West Bank featured; scenes shown of Hamas sympathizers protesting against the Annapolis summit and security forces roughing up journalists; details given from the Amnesty International report on abuse on the West Bank by Fatah forces. [Al Jazeera TV bureau chief Waleed OMARI†- cites the dangers for journalists.] [Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb EREKAT††- denies harassment of Hamas supporters.]

Couric, Katie;
Plante, Bill;
Palmer, Elizabeth

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