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Vietnam Invasion / China, PR / USSR #262156

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 18, 1979
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(Studio) Invasion of Vietnam by China (PR) reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Bangkok, Thailand) National radio reports of both sides cited. Message from radio Hanoi concerning civilian casualties given and printed on screen. Limited objectives of Chinese attack noted.
REPORTER: Peter Collins

(Studio) USSR warning to China (PR) that it will honor its treaty with Vietnam cited.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(DC) Speculation on possibility of USSR becoming involved militarily in Vietnam-China conflict.
REPORTER: Bernard Kalb

(No location given) [Rand Corporation S.E. Asia expert Richard SOLOMON - speaks of likelihood of military intervention by USSR .]
REPORTER: Harold Dow

Collins, Peter;
Dean Morton;
Dow, Harold;
Kalb, Bernard

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