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Cyprus / Clerides / United Nations and Turks #235908

CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 23, 1974
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(Studio) Cyprus cease-fire holds. Acting President Glafkos Clerides flies to Athens for mtgs. United Nations representatives say Turkish forces pressuring United Nations troops to get out of north 1/3 of island
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Famagusta, Cyprus) Turks ferret out Greek-Cypriots. Claim they'll give food and water and right to continue living in city. United Nations troops can't patrol anymore or bring in aid to Greek-Cypriots. Some United Nations forces sneak in city to offer aid. CBS follows Swedish patrol as they give supplies to helpless Greek-Cypriots. Turks took away 1 woman's husband; she weeps. UN forces explain their limits in helping.
REPORTER: Tom Fenton

Fenton, Tom;
Mudd, Roger

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