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Yearning To Breathe Free (Part IV) #103984

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 03, 1986
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Capua, Italy: John Laurence) Contd. efforts of refugees at camp here to enter United States examined; scenes shown. [Romanians Irina GRABOVSKI and Saqr IOANA, Vietnamese REFUGEE - (thru translator) explain wanting to live in US.] [Romanian refugee Nikolai KONFEDERAT - (thru translator) explains continued escapes from Romania.] [Immigration ofr. Cono TRUBIANO - describes his approach to job.] [IOANA - reacts to rejection.] Poor prognosis for most Vietnamese refugees discussed. [VIETNAMESE - wants liberty anywhere.] [GRABOVSKI - will continue effort to enter US.] [WOMAN - wants newborn baby to have freedom.]

Jennings, Peter;
Laurence, John

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