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Vietnam / Peace Talks #225556

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 04, 1973
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(Studio) Monday Le Duc Tho and Henry Kissinger resume secret Vietnam peace talks. Regular weekly Paris talks held today.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Paris, France) United States Ambassador William Porter doesn't mention bombing raids. South Vietnam Ambassador Lam insists North Vietnam recognize existence 2 sovereign Vietnam's and have North Vietnam troop withdrawal from south North Vietnam Ambassador Tanh Lai rejects these demands. Lai's son wounded and home destroyed by recent United States bombing. Separate meeting held at Paris suburb by technical experts.
REPORTER: Peter Kalischer

(State Department) Officials gloomy about peace talk prospects. World pressure strong against United States policy, even Australia condemns it. Admin. has no comment to Canadian and United Nations condemnation of bombing.
REPORTER: Marvin Kalb

Kalb, Marvin;
Kalischer, Peter;
Rather, Dan

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