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Angola / USSR Weapons #104465

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 23, 1986
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Report introduced.

(No location given: Jim Hickey) Angolan rebel leader Jonas Savimbi reported accusing USSR of supplying government with chemical weapons; details given, scenes shown. [SAVIMBI - claims government's using chemical weapons against guerrillas.] Extent of United States covert aid to Savimbi's UNITA movement described. [SAVIMBI - notes he's received all requested from President Reagan.] [Black Americans for a Free Angola spokesperson Reverend Maurice DOCKINS - criticizes Jesse Jackson and Andrew Young for their proposed policy in Angola.]

Hickey, Jim;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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