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REPORTER: Sam Donaldson
(Tel Aviv, Israel) Growing opposition among right-wing in the Likud party to Prime Min. Shimon Peres' latest proposal for Mideast peace talks, presented in United Nations speech, discussed; scenes shown. [PERES - criticizes attacks on him while he was out of country.] Peres said referring to Ariel Sharon; specific issues dividing Peres and Likud party explained. [Moshe ARENS - opposes relinquishing West Bank.] [PERES - praises King Hussein's recent statement on peace process.
REPORTER: Bob Zelnick
(Amman, Jordan) Strain in relationship between King Hussein and PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) chairperson Yasir Arafat examined; Hussein noted acknowledging reassessing his relationship with PLO according to comment made during recent visit by Hosni Mubarak. His criticism of Palestinian murders of Israeli terrorists in Cyprus recently, followed by hijacking of Achille Lauro, noted. Hussein-Peres relationship reviewed.
REPORTER: John Donvan
- Donaldson, Sam;
- Donvan, John;
- Zelnick, Bob
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