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Young / Africa Trip #250713

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 06, 1977
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(Studio) Tanzania President Julius Nyerere calls for United States to tighten economy sanctions against Rhodesia, following 2nd meeting with United Nations ambassador Andrew Young.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Zanzibar) Young meets with black Africa leaders in Zanzibar; they tell Young they look to United States for aid in getting major rule in Rhodesia and Namibia. [Zambia President Kenneth KAUNDA - says cntrys. for peace, like US, must help; Britain can t.] Young also meets with Nyerere with regard to Rhodesia. [YOUNG - says British must be pressed to continue talks.] Young doesn't get high level reception at celebration in Zanzibar; some observers now question real interest of Africa leaders in United States involvement in problems.
REPORTER: Robin Wright

Dean, Morton;
Wright, Robin

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