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Africa Race Problems / Kissinger / Kaunda #247995

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 16, 1976
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(Studio) Secretary of State Kissinger goes to Zambia in shuttle mission with regard to Africa race problem. President Kenneth Kaunda says time running out; if Kissinger fails results will be war.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Lusaka, Zambia) Kissinger arrives in Lusaka amid pessimistic attitudes with regard to success of peaceful settlement of issues with regard to Rhodesia and Namibia. (Library footage film of Kaunda shown.) Southern Africa and Washington, DC feelings with regard to Kaunda's change of views in issue noted; Kaunda's present views and resultant actions noted.
REPORTER: Bob McNamara

(Studio) Kissinger goes to Pretoria, South Africa, Friday Bomb explosion in Johannesburg South Africa, noted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter;
McNamara, Bob

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