This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Bob Cain) Report introduced.
(Jerusalem: Walter Rodgers) The suicide bombing of a bus in Jerusalem for the second Sunday in a row by the military wing of Hamas featured; scenes shown of the demolished business Criticism of the attack by PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader Yasir Arafat noted. [Israeli Prime Minister Shimon PERES - says Hamas has declared war on Israel.] [PLO leader Yasir ARAFAT - condemns the bombers and promises action.] [Israeli opposition leader Benjamin NETANYAHU, ISRAELI - comment.] The emergency measures to be taken by Israel in response to this terrorism outlined on screen.
(Studio: Bob Cain) The suspension of the Middle East peace talks between Israel and Syria noted.
(White House: Kathleen Koch) The White House and American-Jewish community reaction to the bombing outlined; scenes shown of dozens of Jews chanting against Arafat. [Rabbi Avi WEISS, President CLINTON, Israeli Ambassador Itamar RABINOVICH - comment; says Arafat needs to do more for peace.] [PLO Representative to United States Hasan Abdel RAHMAN, Senator Bob DOLE - comment.]
(Studio: Bob Cain) A statement from United Nations Secretary General Boutros Boutros- Ghali given.
(Studio: Bob Cain) Discussion of the terrorist bombings in Israel with former Carter National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brezezinski presented. [BREZEZINSKI - talks about terrorism, Hamas and the peace process.]
(Studio: Bob Cain) Victory by Senator Bob Dole in the Republican primary in South Carolina noted. Dole's front-running campaign featured; scenes shown. [DOLE - campaigns] [Presidential candidate Pat BUCHANAN - attacks Dole on the abortion issue.] The campaigns of presidential candidates Lamar Alexander and Steve Forbes reviewed; campaign scenes shown. Map shown of the upcoming Republican contests.
(Studio: Bob Cain) The astronaut's experiments on the Space Shuttle Columbia outlined; scenes shown.
(Studio: Ted Textor) The weather forecast for the US, Europe and Asia given.
(Studio: Bob Cain) The winner of the Los Angeles Marathon announced; scenes shown. The use of a computer chip by the runner in the marathon to give each competitor his exact running time and avoid cheating noted.
(Studio: Fred Hickman) Various games shown and scores updated.