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Vietnam / Fighting / Peace Moves / France #195

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 22, 1968
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(Studio) North Vietnam shell Marine division headquarters at Dong Ha, below DMZ. 3 Marines and 3 South Vietnam killed. American planes continue attacks on enemy supply rtes. above DMZ. Rptd. movement towards peace talks near. President Nguyen Van Thieu meets with Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker. Thieu says not opposed to North Vietnam bombing halt if war deescalated and North Vietnam enter into talks with South Vietnam. French For. Min. Michel Debre, after meeting with President Charles DeGaulle, says Johnson's recent moves in Vietnam courageous and can see its fruit. American and North Vietnam to meet Tuesday Hoped favorable Hanoi response would come last wkend. Peace hopes less bright with each delay.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Reynolds, Frank

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