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Vietnam / Peace Talks #225214

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 11, 1973
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(Studio) At secret Vietnam peace talks in Paris, technical experts join meeting between Henry Kissinger and Le Duc Tho. No progress made at public talks.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Paris, France) [US negotiator Heyward ISHAM - declines to comment on talks.] [North Vietnam negotiator Nguyen Minh VY - says Saigon trying to divide Vietnam permanently.] South Vietnam negotiator demands North Vietnam withdrawal from South Vietnam.
REPORTER: Peter Kalischer

(St-Nom-la-Breteche, France) At secret talks, technical experts join Kissinger and Le Duc Tho meeting today. Tomorrow talks will be separate again. Talks in very difficult stage at present.
REPORTER: Tom Fenton

(Studio) Soviet Communist party boss Brezhnev says he feels Vietnam war now coming to end little by little. Brezhnev meets with French President Pompidou. Brezhnev says USSR will take part in mutual force reduction talks to be held in Geneva, Switzerland.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Fenton, Tom;
Kalischer, Peter;
Rather, Dan

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