ABC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 25, 1994
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) The cost to the Pentagon of starting up and running Cuban refugees camps in Guantanamo Bay noted.
(White House: Brit Hume) The issue of US-Cuban relations as the refugee numbers grow featured. [Joint Chiefs of Staff Lieutenant General John SHEEHAN - cites the number of Cubans picked up.] [Undersecretary of State Peter TARNOFF, President CLINTON - talk about relations with Fidel Castro.] [Senator Christopher DODD - criticizes the administration's policy.]
(Miami: Mark Potter) The danger to Cuban refugees from bad weather examined; scenes shown of the rough seas. [Key West charter boat CAPTAINS, National Hurricane Center Jerry JARRELL, United States Coast Guard Commander James HOWE - cite the danger for rafters.]
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