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Cambodia / Refugees #260791

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 27, 1979
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(Studio) Rejection by Cambodian government of United States offer to provide aid via land convoy announced.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Thailand) Cambodian refugees shown. Attacks on refugee camp via Vietnam rockets noted. [Uniden. REFUGEE - describes attacks.] 80,000 refugees said settled in this camp situated in disputed border area between Thailand and Cambodia. Camp said controlled by troops loyal to Prince Sihanouk who are opposed to both Vietnam government and Pol Pot regime. Camp said off limits to visitors because of shelling attacks and espionage efforts of Cambodian soldiers on behalf of Thai government Arrival of United States tanks being sold to Thai government shown.
REPORTER: Peter Collins

Collins, Peter;
Schieffer, Bob

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