CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 13, 1972
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(Studio) General Alexander Haig, South Vietnam President Thieu end talks. Saigon newspaper reports no progress, no peace near.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Camp David, MD) Haig and his boss, national security affairs adviser Henry Kissinger, arrive at President Nixon's mountain retreat to brief him on Vietnam peace dvts. (Andrews AFB, MD) Haig shown landing back in US. (Camp David, MD) Earlier prospects for quick Vietnam peace settlement may have been overstated, according to President News Secretary Ronald Ziegler.
REPORTER: Hal Walker
(State Department) No solid agreement reached between President Nixon and South Vietnam President Thieu on terms for cease-fire. Thieu calls for: clearing DMZ (demilitarized zone) of all foreign troops, assurances coalition government will not emerge, his own signature on peace accord, withdrawal of South Vietnam troops from South Vietnam.
REPORTER: Marvin Kalb