ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 03, 1968
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(Studio) Soviet troops leave public bldgs. in Prague, incling. headquarters for ntl. news agency and President Palace. Stayed at Defense Min. and Interior Min. (police). Hungarian troops rptdly. leaving south point of country E. German troops withdrawn. USSR reestablished control over Czechoslovakia and people accept it. Yugoslav news agency reports Czech and Dep. Premier Ota Sik removed by President Ludvik Svoboda. He's now in Yugoslavia. - USSR press attacked Sik. His economy ideas responsible for brief liberalization of the country Czech students left statue of King Wenceslas in Wenceslas Sq. Soviets had threatened tanks to clear square
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
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