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Central America / Kissinger Commission #293167

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 10, 1984
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(Studio) White House efforts to contain controversy over Kissinger commission report on Central America prior to its release described; commission noted calling for linking continued United States aid with El Salvador's human rights performance. Report's general recommendations outlined.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(San Salvador, El Salvador) Reaction here to Kissinger commission's recommendations examined. [President Alvaro MAGANA - hopes Central America's problems will now be given serious attention] Cmsn.'s assessment of Salvadoran mil. competence outlined; recommendation for conditional military aid noted. Criticism of United States intervention by right-wing leader Roberto D'Aubisson quoted.
REPORTER: Richard Wagner

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Wagner, Richard
Duration:
00:02:20

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