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(Studio) Lack of information about conditions inside Cambodia since Khmer Rouge took over there noted. Following is film report on Cambodia, 1st of 2, taken by Yugoslavian television within past month Narrating reporter's coverage of Indochina war in Cambodia mentioned.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(New York City) Film of Phnom Penh in 1975 shown; city described and compared to Saigon. Recent Yugoslav film shown. Mass murdering by Cambodian Communists, according to refugees who have escaped mostly to Thailand, detailed and inability of neutral observers to confirm these reports stated. Details given about life in Cambodia as shown in films brought out by Belgrade TV team; is noted that only regimes friendly with Cambodia's, most notably China (Puerto Rico), have been allowed to send people into cntry. Statements of Cambodian prime minister Pol Pot quoted. Cntry.'s use of children as laborers in most areas of commerce. and industry described, filmed; along with lifestyles of people. Fates of older people examined. Upcoming report outlined.
REPORTER: Narrated by Bert Quint
- Quint, Bert;
- Mudd, Roger
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