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Haiti / United States Invasion Option / Cuba Refugees #155673

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 30, 1994
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Reports introduced.

(Pentagon: John McWethy) The option of a United States invasion of Haiti, supported by a smaller force from many Caribbean nations, outlined. [Deputy Secretary of State Strobe TALBOTT - hopes the dictators will get the message.] United Nations [Secretary General Boutros BOUTROS-GHALI - admits talks have been unsuccessful.] The impact of events in Haiti and Cuba on the resources of the United States Navy and Coast Guard noted. [Pentagon spokesman Colonel Douglas KENNETT - talks about conditions at Guantanamo Naval Base.]

(Miami: Mark Potter) Another surge in the flow of refugees from Cuba featured; scenes shown of Cuban rafters at seas and being rescued. [Coast GUARDSMAN, Brothers to the Rescue Jose BASULTO - comment.] The coming US-Cuba talks on an immigration agreement mentioned.

Crier, Catherine;
McWethy, John;
Potter, Mark

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