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Holland / Siege #252294

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 29, 1977
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(Studio) South Moluccan siege at 2 sites in Holland conts.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(No location given) Report on situations at both sites; authorities don't concentrate on train. Group shows up to volunteer to exchange selves for some of those in train. [Volunteer HOSTAGE - they aren't protesting, but want to exchange selves for some on train.] Long siege appears to be under way.
REPORTER: Bill McLaughlin

(Studio) One town affected by siege manages to go on with some of Sunday routine.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(Bovensmilde, Holland) Report on mass church service held in Bovensmilde, town whose population is about 1/2 South Moluccan. Relations between Dutch and South Moluccans noted.

Bradley, Ed;
Lee, Mike;
McLaughlin, Bill

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