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Paris Peace Talks #20376

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 27, 1972
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(Studio) Paris Peace Talks resume. Public positions (cited) said more rigid than actual stances. President aide Henry Kissinger says United States might accept some South Vietnam territorial losses. Secret talks indicated. President Nixon and Henry Kissinger in Florida. In DC, some antiwar Sans. pleased United States withdrawals continue. Republican Sans. urge critics not to encourage enemy, expecting headway in Paris.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Paris, France) First meeting in a month, first since Communist offensive began, appeared to end in familiar deadlock. North Vietnam, however, urge secret mtgs. saying Le Duc Tho en route to Paris. [US Ambassador William J. PORTER - hopes La Duc Tho's arrival will change North Vietnam stance.]
REPORTER: John Rolfson

Reasoner, Harry;
Rolfson, John

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