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Iran Developments / Mideast Peace Protest #262763

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 25, 1979
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(Studio) Demonstrations in Tehran, Iran, to protest Egypt-Israel peace treaty reported Announced that Kurds in northwest Iran would get more self rule.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Tehran, Iran) Iran referendum said offering 2 choices: either vote for monarchy or vote for Islamic republic. Both Fedayeen and Mujahedeen reported desiring more than 2 choices. Tape allegedly with Shahpour Bakhtiar's voice on it urging a vote against the Islamic republic played. [Iranian journalist Fariborz ATAPOUR - speaks against the Khomeini government] Ayatollah Khomeini shown urging all, especially women, to vote on the referendum.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

Dean, Morton;
Plante, Bill

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