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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(DC) NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) ntns. said expected to announce agreement on reduction of nuclear weapons in field; details given, films shown. Move thought effort of Reagan administration to indicate flexibility in arms reduction; points of agreement reached by NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) group meeting in Brussels outlined on screen, discussed. Role of Dutch government in promoting such battlefield nuclear warheads reduction explained; widespread anti-nuclear sentiment in Europe over upcoming deployment of new cruise and Pershing II missiles noted. New warhead reduction said being officially announced during upcoming major Bonn, West Germany, anti-nuclear rally.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
- Rather, Dan;
- Schieffer, Bob
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