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Cuba / Refugees #155509

ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 22, 1994
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Reports introduced.

(Miami: Mike von Fremd) The tidal wave of Cuban refugees coming to the United States despite President Clinton's new policy of detaining them at Guantanamo Bay featured; scenes shown of refugees picked up at sea. [Cuban radio BROADCASTER, emigre's RELATIVE - comment on the refugees and the immigration process.] [In Key West, Secretary of Defense William PERRY - talks about the migrant flow.]

(Guantanamo Bay, Cuba: Mark Potter) The Cuban refugee center at Guantanamo Bay visited; scenes shown from the camp. [Two REFUGEES - (first through translator) question what is being done.] [US Marine Corps General Michael WILLIAMS - addresses security issues.]

Crier, Catherine;
Potter, Mark;
von Fremd, Mike

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