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Cyprus / President's Son Released #249938

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 18, 1977
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(Studio) Release of kidnapped son of Cyprus president reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Nicosia, Cyprus) Details with regard to kidnapping and release of Achilleas Kyprianou, son of Greek Cypriot President Spyros Kyprianou, given. Kidnappers' demands for release of right-wing underground members of group that has fought to bring Cyprus under control of Greece noted. [Achilleas KYPRIANOU - responds to question with regard to father's statement about sacrificing son, but not cntry.] Mrs. Mimi Kyprianou's active campaigning for son's release described. [Mrs. KYPRIANOU - hopes no other mother in world or even kidnappers have to go through what she's been thru during son's capture.]

Dean, Morton;
Lee, Mike

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