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CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 22, 1977
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(Studio) United Nations ambassador Young ends visit in South Africa and flies to Zambia.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Johannesburg, South Africa) Report on Young's last mtgs. here and comments re: both white and black communities' responsibilities in race question. Tells leaders of nonwhite sectors that course of change is up to them. [YOUNG - says all United States can do is put on pressure.] young meets with chief of Zulu tribe. Before leaving Young makes clear South Africa will remain on high priority list.
REPORTER: Robin Wright

(Studio) There's surprise meeting in Geneva between South Africa Prime Min. John Vorster and Ivory Coast President Felix Houphouet-Boigny. For 8 years, there have been some economy sanctions against Rhodesia; General Accounting Office report with regard to lack of US enforcement noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Reporter(s):
Dean, Morton;
Wright, Robin
Duration:
00:02:50

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