CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 04, 1981
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(Studio) Britain reported pledging reforms in Belfast, North Ireland, prison following IRA (Irish Republican Army) halt to hunger strikes there.
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(Belfast, North Ireland) Relatives of hunger strikers Pat Sheehan, Jacky McMullin noted involved in decision to end fasts. [Mary SHEEHAN - explains her decision.] [Father Denis FAUL - notes his role in issue.] Reaction of Protestants to possible British concessions to Maze prisoners discussed. [Democrat Unionist party spokesperson Alan KANE - criticizes Catholic clergy's efforts.] Post-strike atmosphere considered.
REPORTER: John Blackstone
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