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Haiti / Sanctions / Invasion Option #154234

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 11, 1994
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(Studio: Judd Rose) Report introduced.

(Port-au-Prince: Mike von Fremd) President Clinton's stepping up of sanctions against Haiti to get the military rulers to step down featured; scenes shown from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, of a body in the street, of the crowded airport and of fires caused by stored fuel. United States plans to help the Americans still in Haiti outlined. [US embassy spokesman Stanley SCHRAGER, AMERICAN - comment.]

(Studio: Judd Rose) Report introduced.

(Washington: John McWethy) Three confidential United Nations memos from UN envoy Dante Caputo to United Nations Secretary General Boutros Boutros- Ghali stating that the United States is considering the option of an invasion of Haiti quoted. [UN spokesman Joe SILLS - says US officials have not given a deadline.]

McWethy, John;
Rose, Judd;
von Fremd, Mike

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