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US-Nicaragua Relations / Expulsions #291396

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 08, 1983
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REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Managua, Nicaragua) Expulsion of Nicaraguan diplomats from United States in retaliation for that cntry.'s expulsion of 3 Americans examined; films shown. New Orleans consul mentioned defecting to United States. [For. minister Saul ARANA - believes United States overreacted.] [United States ambassador Anthony QUAINTON - considers United States response appropriate; explains.] Nicaraguan praise for Marlene Moncada, alleged double agent with CIA, for uncovering ostensible United States espionage plot noted; United States envoy Richard Stone recalled scheduled for arrival here Friday Sandinista criticism of United States-backed guerrilla effort to overthrow government recalled.

Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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