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Angola / Guerrillas #244156

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 07, 1976
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(Studio) 2 anti-government guerrilla forces are still waging war against Marxist Angola government, despite claims by USSR and Cuba-backed troops to have had victory for 10 mos. Recently 2 United States journalists spent time in south of cntry. with 1 of guerrilla forces and bring film of experience back with them. Journalists are David Smith and Bruce McColm. (Film shown.) Guerrilla group is called National Union for Total Independence of Angola (UNITA.) Group received United States and South Africa aid during Angola civil war, but say they rec.


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