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Japan / Korea / Hijack #209500

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 03, 1970
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(Studio) Hijacked Japanese plane reaches North Korea with 3 crewmen, 1 Japanese government official hostage; North Korea refuses immediate hostage, plane return; passengers released before flight.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Seoul, South Korea) Passengers exchanged for Japan's Vice-Min. Transportation, taken to Tokyo after brief rest. [American Passenger Herb. BRILL - claims good treatment, hands tied, relieved.]
REPORTER: Andrew Adams (Japanese television newsfilm)

(Tokyo, Japan) plane reaches original destination; reporters and families converge on passengers.
REPORTER: Andrew Adams (Japanese television newsfilm)

Adams, Andrew;
Cronkite, Walter

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