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Cyprus / United Nations / Turks-Greek View #235959

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 28, 1974
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(Studio) United Nations peacekeeping force reports quiet. Turk forces again on move.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Cyprus) Turks constantly violate ceasefire, moving closer to Nicosia. They're digging in 3 mile from capital. Greek-Cypriots nearby. Greeks feel they've better chance at large peace conf., rather than Geneva. [UN-Canada Pvt. David JACKSON - says can't do anything about advance.] French television team convinces Turk and Greek leader to talk to each other in language. [GREEK - talks of killings.] He feels Cyprus is Greek land and being taken away by outside forces. Turk good-natured and offers water to Greek-Cypriots. Considered self soldier with job, not familiar with political Greek-Cypriot says they'll fight at night.
REPORTER: Bert Quint

Quint, Bert;
Mudd, Roger

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