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Olympic Terrorism / United States Reactions #225113

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 06, 1972
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(Studio) Senator George McGovern speaks to South California Bd. of Rabbis, blames Olympic tragedy on Egypt and Lebanon, urges United Nations to counteract Arab terrorists. President Nixon calls terrorists international outlaws. Orders increase protection of Israelis in American
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) [Secretary of State William ROGERS - appears at United Nations antihijacking conf., demands action against ntns. harboring hijackers as 1st step toward thwarting terrorism.] Egypt's position against sanctions unchanged. [Chief United Arab Republic delegate H. K. EL-MELEIGY - says Munich events won't change Arab position in hijacking matter.] [Chief British delegate, Arnold KEAN - says hijacking conference already wanted to reach agreements, events in Munich heightens enthusiasm.]
REPORTER: Marvin Kalb

Cronkite, Walter;
Kalb, Marvin

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