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Falkland Conflict #283867

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 23, 1982
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(Studio) Argentine counterattack on British task force reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(London, England) British said prepared for today's air assault. [Defense spokesperson Ian McDONALD - describes fighting.] [Voice of BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) reporter Robert FOX - describes air battle.] Photos shown. Anti-war march here examined. [Opposition leader Tony BENN - claims protests are taking place.] Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher's policy said still supported by general public.
REPORTER: John Blackstone

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Buenos Aires, Argentina) Argentine version of events examined; President Leopoldo Galtieri's response to Pope John Paul II's call for cease-fire outlined on screen. Mood change of population discussed. [Anglican Reverend Richard HUMBLE - notes request for donations to Red Cross and to Bible society of Argentina.] His further remarks quoted.

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Congleton, Cheshire, England) Former Falkland residents Catherine and Carol Miller's aid to British invasion forces explained, discussed. [Carol MILLER - relates information given army.]
REPORTER: Doug Tunnell

(Studio) Apparent inability of United Nations to call for cease-fire noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Blackstone, John;
Dean, Morton;
Simon, Bob;
Tunnell, Doug

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