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Falkland Conflict #283787

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 19, 1982
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(Studio) Renewed British bombing near Falkland Island capital of Stanley reported by Argentina; apparent collapse of diplomatic efforts to settle Falkland crisis noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) United Nations Secretary General Javier Perez de Cuellar said feeling that diplomatic efforts are failing. British ambassador Sir. Anthony Parsons noted meeting with Argentine envoy Enrique Ros; films shown. Possibility that United Nations Sec. Council will hold formal session tonight or tomorrow considered.
REPORTER: Richard C. Hottelet

(London, England) Peace negotiations said apparently ending upon Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher's receipt of Argentine proposals; cabinet's response to Argentine demands mentioned. Current status of British task force described.
REPORTER: Tom Fenton

(Buenos Aires, Argentina) Argentina's psychological preparation for war described, shown. [Voice of Argentine ANNOUNCER - chides British forces.] Bombs allegedly dropped on island by British shown. [MAN - comments.]
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

Fenton, Tom;
Hottelet, Richard C.;
Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob

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