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Inside Cambodia #257485

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 21, 1978
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(Studio) Upcoming film report on changes inside Cambodia since Communist takeover, as shot recently by Yugoslavian television team in cntry., reported.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(NYC) Conditions and lifestyles in Cambodia at present outlined. Statements of Prime Min. Pol Pot, include those on his background and about way government and country is run, detailed. Pol Pot's study in France mentioned. Econ. life of Cambodia described; Phnom Penh cited as near-ghost town. Impt. of Cambodian rice exports to cntry.'s economy and effect on shipment of rice by border war with Vietnam examined. Communist's replacement of Buddhism with atheism as religion in Cambodia cited.
REPORTER: Narrated by Bert Quint

(Studio) President Carter's call for worldwide human rights protests against Cambodia described.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

Quint, Bert;
Mudd, Roger

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