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Waldheim / Nazi Allegations #102282

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 04, 1986
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) United Nations reported agreeing to open its archives to investigation of former United Nations Secretary General Kurt Waldheim's alleged Nazi activities during World War II.

(NYC: Lou Cioffi) United Nations noted only opening its files in past for investigations by United States of Klaus Barbie and Joseph Mengele and to Israel in its prosecution of Adolf Eichmann. [Israeli ambassador to United Nations Benjamin NETANYAHU - explains request to view Waldheim's United Nations files.] Waldheim's reaction described; his current candidate for Austrian president mentioned. Waldheim's questionable version of events reviewed. [NETANYAHU - wants the truth.]

Cioffi, Lou;
Jennings, Peter

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