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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Setting off in Manila, Philippines, of series of bombs by an underground military opposed to Philippines President Corazon Aquino noted.
(Manila: Mark Litke) Continued threat of military rebels to government in Philippines examined; scenes shown; details given of emergence of Young Officers Union (YOU) as organization for rebel soldiers committed to social revolution. [Vice chief of staff General Rudolfo BIAZON - says they are after power.] [Disguised REBEL - comments.] Both rebels and government noted vying for support of rank and file soldiers. [Army General Arturo ENRILE - comments.] [Author Stanley KARNOW - says democracy is a luxury the Philippines may not be able to afford.] [Disguised REBEL - says people are getting fed up.]
- Jennings, Peter;
- Litke, Mark
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