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Nobel Peace Prize #293839

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 16, 1984
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(Studio) South African bishop Desmond Tutu reported awarded Nobel Peace Prize.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) [TUTU - believes award recognizes importance of South African Council of Churches' role in nation's fate.] His efforts against apartheid considered; details of apartheid system explained. [TUTU - notes separation of families by system.] [South Africa expert Andrew TAYLOR - thinks Tutu offers sense of hope.] [MAN - thinks it's strange that Tutu would be given peace prize since he contributes to terrorist orgs.]
REPORTER: Charles Osgood

(Studio) [TUTU - discusses failure of Reagan administration's policy toward South African apartheid government; notes United States is perceived by South African blacks as collaborating and supporting repressionist regime; compares apartheid government with Nazi Germany's final solution.] South African government said making no official comment on Tutu's award.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Osgood, Charles;
Rather, Dan

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