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Vietnam / Paris Peace Talks #220743

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 02, 1972
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(Studio) At Paris Peace Talks, North Vietnam says it will not talk further with Henry Kissinger until United States agrees to sign peace pact.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Paris, France) South Vietnam Min. Xuan Thuy absent. His deputy, Nguyen Minh Vi says Nixon administration is reneging on agreement and chance of getting American POW's home for Christmas by refusing to sign 9-point peace plan. Henry Kissinger says still needs another round of talks to conclude. VC's Mme Binh demands South Vietnam President Thieu's resignation. South Vietnam's Nguyen Xuan Phong proposes talks with South Vietnam, North Vietnam, and VC. United States Ambassador Porter says remaining differences can be settled quickly.
REPORTER: Peter Kalischer

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Kalischer, Peter
Duration:
00:01:40

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