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Secretary of State William Rogers briefs President Nixon on his Middle East fact finding tour

Secretary of State William Rogers briefs President Nixon on his Middle East fact finding tour

Secretary of State William P. Rogers reports to President Richard Nixon on his 18,000 mile, eight nation tour of the Middle East. Rogers told newsmen on May 9, 1971 that the prospect for peace between Egypt and Israel is "somewhat better". (UPI Photo/Frank Cancellare/Files)