ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 28, 1972
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(Studio) A group of Catholic businessmen in Londonderry, North Ireland, makes appeal far peace. In Belfast, Protestant youths riot all night. Bomb blasts in Belfast and Newry injure 20. Businessmen say British Secretary of State William Whitlaw, top official in North Ireland since London ordered direct rule, will be welcome in Bogside Catholic area of Londonderry when he visits. Visit depends on Army decision.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Londonderry, North Ireland) Newscrew obtains permission to film in Bogside from IRA. IRA (Irish Republican Army) gunners wear masks. British Army stays out.
REPORTER: Jerry King
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