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Indochina / Fighting / Training #11240

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 22, 1970
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(Studio) United States bombs North Vietnam; Laotian Prince Souvanna Phouma declares state emergency due to incrd. Communist threat; Communists cut highway from Phnom Penh, Cambodia to sea; Phnom Penh feeling isolation.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Phnom Penh, Cambodia) RR's cut, city blockaded; people surprisingly calm; area surrounding capital in Communist hands.
REPORTER: Ray Moloney

(Studio) South Vietnam patrol boats keep Mekong River open; United States trains Naval officers
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Newport, Rhode Island) South Vietnam officers learn river tactics at United States Naval school. [Le Than NGOC - says wants to help South Vietnam achieve peace.]
REPORTER: Roger Peterson

Moloney, Ray;
Peterson, Roger;
Reynolds, Frank

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