CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 15, 1972
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(Studio) British P. Minister Edward Heath to visit Belfast. Security tight.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(Belfast, North Ireland) Heath suspended North Ireland's government last March ending 50 years Protestant rule. Militant Protestant orgs. spring up prompted by fear Britain will sell them out, force reunification with Catholic Irish Republic. British soldiers fight not only IRA (Irish Republican Army) but also UDA now. Heath ordered Army into Catholic ghettos. Bombings by terrorists have demolished much of Belfast. Business is awful. People do not venture out at night.
REPORTER: Bob Simon
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