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Vietnam War / Paris Peace Talks #222622

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 20, 1972
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(NYC) Over 1 million killed in Vietnam war since 1961, 45,000 Americans Weekly casualties. Enemy action near Highway 13 at An Loc and near Lai Khe. 7 towns on Highway 1 inside Cambodia taken by enemy. American B-52s struck near Am Loc and in central highlands. American adviser in Hoai An reports South Vietnam regulars ran when North Vietnam regulars approached. Militiamen posed as civilians.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Cam Lo, South Vietnam) North Vietnam regulars trapped by South Vietnam on both sides. Slow, bloody move toward Cam Lo. [Major Kenneth TEEL, United States adviser - says South Vietnam Rangers have done fantastic job.]
REPORTER: Don Webster

(NYC) North Vietnam offered to resume Paris Peace Talks one week from today. White House rejected.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

Mudd, Roger;
Webster, Don

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