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Rhodesia #254595

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 12, 1978
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(Studio) Progress in Rhodesian talks leading to installation of black government said overshadowed by stepped-up black guerrilla attacks.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Salisbury, Rhodesia) Report said cleared by Rhodesian censors. Ian Smith and 3 black leaders said to have agreed on major issue. Film shown. Details of white participation in government noted. Proportionate, black and white, representation noted. [Reverend Ndabaningi SITHOLE - says desire for settlement widespread.] Results of guerrilla attack filmed, reported War said escalating. Settlement said hoped for in 2 weeks Black-dominated government said hoped for by year's end.
REPORTER: Robin Wright

Cronkite, Walter;
Wright, Robin

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