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Cambodian, Vietnam Refugees / Homesick #240276

CBS Evening News for Friday, May 30, 1975
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(Studio) 82 members of defeated Cambodian armed forces cross Thai border and return to homeland to search for families. Khmer Rouge soldiers say they must 1st go to Phnom Penh for indoctrination. Also there are Vietnam refugees in United States wanting to return to their homeland.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Fort Chaffee, Arkansas) More than 200 Vietnam refugees here want to go home. [Refugee Le Van LONG - misses his family and wants to return.] Representative of UN commission on refugees, David Arnold says United States agrees to let refugees return but new South Vietnam government hasn't agreed to take them back. [ARNOLD - says he can't guarantee anything after applications for return submitted to Vietnam government Arnold unable to assure them Vietnam government wouldn't harm them.
REPORTER: Bruce Hall

Cronkite, Walter;
Hall, Bruce

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