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Nasser Death / Reactions #12232

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 29, 1970
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(Studio) United Arab Republic mourns President Gamal Abdel Nasser; Department of Health, Education and Welfare secretary Eliot Richardson representatives United States at funeral; demonstrators mourn Nasser.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Cairo, UAR) Crowds fill sts., say Nasser will live on.
REPORTER: Arnold Collins

(Studio) Jordan King Hussein says, "My brother is dead."
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Beirut, Lebanon) Nasser major Arab leader; only 1 who could have made peace with Israel and kept political power.
REPORTER: Charles Murphy

(Studio) White House shocked.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Mediterranean Sea) [NIXON - says Mideast tension may increase; United States has no formal relations with UAR; President won't attend funeral.] United States Mideast peace plan may have died with Nasser.
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel

(Studio) Arabs in Israeli-occupied territory demonstrate; Israeli and United Arab Republic military alerted.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Arabs protest Nasser death.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds (narrates)

Collins, Arnold;
Jarriel, Tom;
Murphy, Charles;
Reynolds, Frank;
Smith, Howard K.

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