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Iran / United States Embassy Seizure #261036

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 11, 1979
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(Studio) Hostages said still held at United States embassy in Iran.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Tehran, Iran) Demonstrators at United States embassy shown. Hostages said visited by Vatican envoy Monsignor Annibale Bugnini. Iranian film of student takeover of United States embassy shown. Details given. Ayatollah Khomeini's son Ahmed featured touring embassy area.
REPORTER: Randy Daniels

(DC) [Hodding CARTER III - comments with regard to situation in Iran and political statements of Governor Jerry Brown, and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.] State Department appeals that USSR not inflame the situation in Iran cited.
REPORTER: Bernard Kalb

(Studio) United States embassy in Beirut, Lebanon, said occupied by 50 Iranian students until ousted by Syrian soldiers.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Reporter(s):
Daniels, Randy;
Dean, Morton;
Kalb, Bernard
Duration:
00:05:00

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