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Iran / United States Embassy Takeover / NATO / Nuclear Weapons #261986

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 09, 1979
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(Studio) United Nations Secretary General Kurt Waldheim reported sending special envoy to Tehran. Secretary of State Vance said traveling to London, Paris, Rome, and Bonn to ask European leaders to help bring economy and political pressures on Iran. Vance said also to attend meeting of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) foreign mins. Mbrs. said to vote on nuclear arms build-up in Europe.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

(Brussels, Belgium) Demonstration in Brussels against installation of new nuclear weapons in Europe shown. [American demonstrator Kay KAMP - comments on her reason for demonstrating.] Only Britain, Italy and West Germany termed fully committed to providing bases for new weapons. Dutch parliament's vote against bases and Belgium's position with regard to weapons cited.
REPORTER: Bernard Redmont

Plante, Bill;
Redmont, Bernard

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