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Iran Crisis #261840

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Dec 29, 1979
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(Studio) Reports with regard to United States efforts in United Nations introduced
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(New York City) Secretary of State Vance said in New York City to direct United States efforts to get Security Council to meet and place economy sanctions against Iran. [VANCE - comments with regard to his purpose at United Nations and his meeting with Secretary General Kurt Waldheim.] December 21, 1979, press conference by President Carter shown. [CARTER - declares his intention to seek economy sanctions against Iran.] Opposition to economy sanctions and possible compromise described.
REPORTER: Richard C. Hottelet

(Tehran, Iran) [Foreign minister Sadegh GHOTBZADEH - comments with regard to economy sanctions and visit by Secretary General Kurt Waldheim.] Upcoming reverend council meeting noted. USSR intervention in Afghanistan said condemned by Ghotbzadeh. Ayatollah Khomeini named.
REPORTER: Bert Quint

Bradley, Ed;
Hottelet, Richard C.;
Quint, Bert

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