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European Security Conference / Human Rights #252560

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 14, 1977
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(Studio) 35 nation European Security Conf. opens in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Human rights issue likely to be hot. Smuggled Czechoslovakian film shows meeting of former minister Jiri Hajek with another dissident; openly followed by police.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Moscow, USSR ) Soviet officials claim to be living up to Helsinki accords while Western world violates them. [Soviet television commentator Anatoly OBCHIONEKOFF - says Soviet and American interpretation of human rights violations differ.] New Brezhnev constitution published; details. Dissidents Andrei Sakharov, former Major General Pyotr Grigorenko, Vladimir Borisov finding it more difficult to speak out. REPORTER: Bernard Redmond

Mudd, Roger

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