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Grenada / United States Invasion #287154

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 26, 1983
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(Studio) Return of some Americans evacuated from Grenada following United States invasion reported, shown; current status of island resistance noted. United States casualties so far outlined.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Charleston, SC) Arrival of evacuees here featured; films shown. [EVACUEES - praise United States military]
REPORTER: Bruce Hall

(Studio) United States military noted continuing to deny access to Grenada by media.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Barbados) Network film of United States naval task force narrated; arrival here of US students evacuated from island shown. [Grenada radio ANNOUNCER - describes continued resistance efforts; remarks transcribed on screen.] [GRENADIAN - describes atmosphere on island.] Caribbean ntns. sympathetic to invasion said to discuss Grenada's future government with US.
REPORTER: Sandy Gilmour

(Studio) Havana reported announcing end to Cuban resistance on Grenada.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Havana, Cuba) Reaction here to invasion and announcement of resistance's end examined; Cuban television film shown. [Fidel CASTRO - (thru translator) explains not sending reinforcements to Grenada.] His' criticism of US invasion decision quoted.

Gilmour, Sandy;
Hall, Bruce;
Rabel, Ed;
Rather, Dan

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