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Greek, Cypriot Government. Fall #235435

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 23, 1974
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(Studio) Greek and Cypriot govts. fall. Greek military regime in Athens decides to turn government back to civilians. Exiled Prime Min. Constantine Caramanlis to return home to Athens to take over government
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Athens, Greece) Greeks celebrate in streets. American support of military regime less popular than ever. Greeks shout to American tourists to go home.
REPORTER: Cokie Roberts

(Studio) Greek government change to delay Cyprus peace negotiations. Wk. old regime of Nikos Sampson ends on Cyprus; speaker of Cypriot House of Representatives Glafkos Clerides, takes command. Deposed president Archbishop Makarios believes Clerides faithful to him.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(NYC) [MAKARIOS - says restoration of democracy in Greece satisfying.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(Studio) Turkey pleased with both government changes. Fighting conts. in Cyprus despite cease-fire. United Nations troops take control of airport to keep fighting from erupting there.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Nicosia, Cyprus) Casualties enormous. British navy conts. rescue of for. ntls. Turkish and Greek Cypriots violate cease-fire repeatedly.
REPORTER: Dean Brelis

(Studio) At UN, Greece charges Turkey with cease fire violations. DC authorities believe several hundred Americans still on Cyprus.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Reporter(s):
Brelis, Dean;
Cronkite, Walter;
Roberts, Cokie
Duration:
00:05:50

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