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Grenada Invasion / Aftermath #287559

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 02, 1983
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(Studio) Repatriation of wounded Cuban prisoners from Grenada described; Fidel Castro's reception for them mentioned.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Grenada) United States troops noted holding Cuban embassy officials under house arrest here despite governor general Sir Paul Scoon's order that all Cubans, Soviets, and Libyans leave Grenada; Cuban ambassador said refusing to leave without all Cuban prisoners held by US. [Cuban embassy spokesperson Gaston DIAZ - describes house arrest atmosphere at embassy.] Sec. imposed by US troops at USSR embassy illustrated; implications of secret mtgs. between US, USSR , and Cuban representatives considered. [United States Information Agency spokesperson Guy FARMER - claims United States is only advising Scoon.] Issue of repatriation of remaining Cuban prisoners cited.
REPORTER: Sandy Gilmour

(Studio) United Nations General Assembly reported voting for withdrawal of foreign troops from Grenada; details given.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Gilmour, Sandy;
Rather, Dan

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