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November 29, 1987

Reacting to a guerrilla raid on an Israeli military base, 1,600 striking employees of Israel's state-owned television and radio network quickly returned to work so the network could resume broadcasting. The employees, 900 of them reporters, had been on strike for 52 days in a dispute over wages when the raid occurred in which six Israeli soldiers were slain.

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