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Cuba-US Relations / Refugee Crisis #155597

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 27, 1994
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(Studio: Renee Poussaint) Reports introduced.

(State Department: Jerry King) The complications for the United States in dealing with Cuba about the refugee crisis featured. [Senator Alan SIMPSON, Inter-American Dialogue Peter HAKIM - suggest the United States should talk to Cuba.] [Cuban American Foundation Francisco HERNANDEZ - says the Cuban-American community will react against any deal with Fidel Castro.]

(Miami: Mark Potter) The Cuban exiles' call for a hard line against Castro featured; scenes shown from Miami of a Cuban-American march commemorating Cuban boat people who died at sea. [Three EXILES - call for a free Cuba.] [Outside a detention center, Mizpa VELEZ - cries after seeking her relative.]

King, Jerry;
Potter, Mark;
Poussaint, Renee

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