ABC Evening News for Thursday, May 25, 1972
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(Studio) North Vietnam occupy parts of Kontum in South Vietnam central highlands, but infiltrators said killed or driven out by nightfall. United States advisers evacuated. Communist forces launch new attacks on My Chanh River defense line in Quang Tri Province, but are repulsed by government troops defending Hue. 2 of 3 btns. of South Vietnam Marines return from behind enemy lines.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Quang Tri province) Some South Vietnam Marines make amphibious landing in Communist held territory; encounter only light opposition. Allied jets fly tactical air strikes in support of landing.
REPORTER: Jim Bennett
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