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Vietnam / Peace Talks #221408

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 07, 1972
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(Studio) Public and private Vietnam peace talks held in Paris, France, today.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Paris, France) At Hotel Majestic official and superseded Vietnam talks low key and brief. [Dep. American del. Heyward ISHAM - says some progress made in solving difficult situation.] Viet Cong negotiator Mrs. Binh castigates United States and Saigon for holding up settlement.
REPORTER: Tom Fenton

(Paris, France) Kissinger lunches with French For. Min. Maurice Schumann, then attends afternoon meeting with North Vietnam's Le Duc Tho at Gif-sur- Yvette near Paris. Another meeting scheduled tomorrow.
REPORTER: Peter Kalischer

Cronkite, Walter;
Fenton, Tom;
Kalischer, Peter

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