The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, April 16, 1980-Page 7
Begn propose non-stop talks
for future Palestinian autonomy
From AP and UPI
WASHINGTON -- Israeli Prime. ..,
Minister Menachem Begin proposed to
President Carter yesterday that six
weeks of non-stop negotiations be held
in the Middle East to try to reach an
agreement on the future ofs
Palestinians, diplomatic sources said.
The talks would be held by the Israeli t/
and Egyptian negotiating teams that in
W10montls have been unable to resolve
any of the key issues involved in for-
mulating an autonomy plan for -1.2
million Palestinians now living under
Israeli control in the West Bank of the
Jordan River and the Gaza Strip. Israel
has occupied the areas since 1967.
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featuring RUSSELL MANS (Siou)
Director of American Indian Movement (AIM)
at 2:15-3:25, rm. 100
Alsoincluding eight otherguest speakers through-
out the day discussing such topics as the Indian
Fishing Rights controversy.
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ED GOODMAN (313) 763-3986
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