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Cyprus Crisis #235414

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 22, 1974
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(Studio) United Nations says cease-fire between Turkey and Greece holding on Cyprus. Fighting continued as hour of cease-fire approached. Flight of tourists from island conts. Tourist refugees tell stories of horror with regard to Cyprus fighting. Negotiators to meet in Geneva Wednesday to work out new peace plan for Cyprus. United Nations Secretary General Kurt Waldheim asks for troops to bolster UN nos. now on Cyprus.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(London, England) Hotel in Nicosia under fire; newsmen and tourists trapped inside; United Nations powerless or unwilling to intervene. Turkish bombing general and indiscriminate; refugees relate horrors of fighting.
REPORTER: Charles Collingwood

(Studio) Waldheim says Turkish airplanes violated cease-fire when Nicosia airport attacked.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Ankara, Turkey) Turkey denies breaking cease-fire agreement. [Turkish Prime Min. Bulent ECEVIT - says Turkish presence on island established now and won't be removed.] Turkey feels effects of military strength in Cyprus.
REPORTER: John Laurence

(Studio) Deposed Cypriot President Archbishop Makarios meets with Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in DC.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) Makarios hopes to gain United States support for reinstatement to power on Cyprus. [MAKARIOS - says meeting useful and constructive.) [KISSINGER - believes cease-fire will be maintained.]
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Studio) Unconfirmed reports circulate of coup on Greece led by Greek military officers; government denies reports
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Reporter(s):
Collingwood, Charles;
Cronkite, Walter;
Laurence, John;
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:07:20

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