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Rhodesia / Mozambique Raids / White Exodus #252688

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 02, 1977
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(Studio) Rhodesia begins withdrawing troops from Mapai, Mozambique, occupied while troops pursued guerrillas. Problems in Rhodesia make whites leave cntry., which is bad for white government
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Salisbury, Rhodesia) Report on exodus of whites from Rhodesia; though cities still appear European, even on streets in Salisbury, presence of soldiers reminds that there's trouble. [Rick LOGAN - sees no hope of peaceful settlement so has decided family will leave.] Others will stick it out. [Jocelyn LYTON-EDWARDS - says those who stay don't want cntry. to go as rest of black ntns. have. Doesn't want to live under major rule; but will, if it comes to it.] REPORTER: Robin Wright

Cronkite, Walter

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