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Iran Developments #260352

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 06, 1979
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[Bypassed introduction] Ed Bradley

(Tehran, Iran) Rptd. that Shah will leave Iran but intends to return later with weakened power. Shahpour Bakhtiar said to have made statements with regard to Shah's position. Iranian economy mentioned. The state of Bakhtiar's government noted.
REPORTER: Bert Quint

(Studio) Demonstrations in Tehran and Qum reported; tape shown. Return of newspapers to newsstands after strike in protest of Shah mentioned. Report with regard to Bakhtiar introduced
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(Tehran, Iran) Bakhtiar's biography given and current situation described. Secret police mentioned. Stated that Bakhtiar will not allow oil to be sold to Israel and South Africa. Bakhtiar reported to want Ayatollah Khomeini back in Iran but not interfering in pols.
REPORTER: Bob McNamara

(Studio) Rptd. that Khomeini called hew government illegal.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

Reporter(s):
Bradley, Ed;
McNamara, Bob;
Quint, Bert
Duration:
00:05:20

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