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Vietnam / Peace Movement #18231

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 31, 1972
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(Studio) Henry Kissinger insists on 1 more negotiating session with North Vietnam. US does not sign peace agreement today, as had been demanded by Communists
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Paris, France) French prepare conference room for signing of peace treaty, though no new date for signing has been set. North Vietnam now call for rapid signing. They do not set new deadline, nor make new demands.
REPORTER: John Rolfson

(White House) Problems remain to be solved before treaty signed. Make-up of intl. referee team must be established. Canada, Indonesia, Hungary, Poland approached and seem agreeable to providing observers for cease-fire. [White House Press Secretary Ronald ZIEGLER - says only deadline US is operating under is one which will bring just settlement.] Kissinger is guest at international press club instead of in Paris for signing.
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel

Reporter(s):
Jarriel, Tom;
Reasoner, Harry;
Rolfson, John
Duration:
00:03:30

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