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Falkland Crisis #283807

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 02, 1982
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(Studio) Lull in Falkland Island crisis reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(London, England) [Defense minister spokesperson Ian McDONALD - refutes Argentine claims regarding air raids.] Extent of damage to British forces described; condition of wounded seaman Ian Britnell described. [Aboard HMS Hermes, voice of BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) reporter Brian HANRAHAN - notes relaxation of censorship by admiral Sandy Woodward; describes last night's war action.] Successful military actions by British on Argentine installations yesterday discussed; films shown.
REPORTER: Tom Fenton

(Studio) Today's meeting of Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher's war cabinet discussed.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Buenos Aires, Argentina) Reaction here to yesterday's skirmishes discussed in detail; Argentine claims listed on screen. President Leopoldo Galtieri's televised speech last night quoted; government film of Port Stanley airport shown. Issue of Falkland Islanders' safety considered; Pro-Argentine demonstration here today mentioned, shown. [WOMAN - thinks United States will lose American allies.] For. minister Nicanor Costa Mendez quoted. Secretary of State Alexander Haig mentioned.

Dean, Morton;
Fenton, Tom;
Simon, Bob

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