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Philippines / Rioting #292887

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 21, 1983
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(Studio) Severity of anti-government rioting in Manila, Philippines, today reported; latest death toll mentioned.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Manila, Philippines) Rioting among opponents of Ferdinand Marcos' dictatorship examined; films shown. Criticism of United States support for Marcos and call for President Reagan to cancel his scheduled November trip here noted; Marcos' warning to United States about Reagan fulfilling his trip commitment mentioned. [MARCOS - claims demonstrators are exploiting assassination of Benigno Aquino.] Demonstrators mentioned believing government was behind assassination and is not seriously investigating it; status of government investigation outlined.
REPORTER: Dave Hatcher

Hatcher, Dave;
Rather, Dan

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