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Kissinger-Vorster / Africa #246574

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 23, 1976
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(Studio) South Africa Premier John Vorster and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger meet in Bodenmais, West Germany.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(W. Germany) Security heavy and publicity light about talks.
REPORTER: Bill McLaughlin

(Paris, France) [KISSINGER - notes direction he wishes talks with Vorster with regard to South Africa to take.]
REPORTER: Bill McLaughlin

(Bodenmais, West Germany) Copters take Kissinger to meeting Demonstrators for and against white rule in Africa show up. Police keep them away from meeting Kissinger wants Vorster to put pressure on government of Rhodesia to prepare way for black major rule. Kissinger next wants to convince Vorster of need for major rule in South Africa.
REPORTER: Bill McLaughlin

McLaughlin, Bill;
Mudd, Roger

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