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Iran #261051

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 12, 1979
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(Studio) Return of Shah to Iran recalled as Ayatollah Khomeini's demand for release of hostages.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) Shah's departure from United States said not reassuring to United States officials re: definite release of hostages; details given. United States said rejecting Khomeini's demand as well as granting Shah political asylum here. [State Department Hodding CARTER - discusses Shah, Iran.] Dip. sources involved in private negotiations quoted with regard to Shah's departure.
REPORTER: Bernard Kalb

(Studio) Shah's residence in Mexico prior to arrival in United States noted; Mexico reported closing its embassy in Tehran due to situation there. Iranian demonstration, supporting embassy terrorists, in Los Angeles today and anti-Iranian reaction noted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Los Angeles, California) Pro-Iranian and counterdemonstration at University of California at Los Angeles featured; films shown. [Iranian student FARROKH - comments on United States reaction to Iranian terrorism.] Lack of sympathy for Iranian students supporting Tehran terrorists on University of South California campus mentioned [John HART, Gary CRIDER - comment.] Loss of business by House of Iran in Beverly Hills cited. [Store owner Assad SAYERI - comments on business] Murder chgs. against Iranian, Afshin Shariati, in Denver detailed; films shown. Special broadcast announced for tonight.
REPORTER: Barry Petersen (KNXT newstape)

Cronkite, Walter;
Kalb, Bernard;
Petersen, Barry

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