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Vietnam-Cambodia Conflict #295138

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 28, 1984
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(Studio) Update given on fighting between Cambodian guerrillas and Vietnam invasion forces.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Nong Samet, Thailand-Cambodia border) Details given with regard to fighting at Nong Samet rebel camp. Rebels said to belong to non-communist Khmer People's National Liberation Front. Other groups in anti-Vietnam coalition noted to be communist Khmer Rouge and group loyal to former Cambodian head of state Prince Norodom Sihanouk. Report on Ampil guerrilla camp given. Film from last month shown.
REPORTER: David Jackson

Jackson, David;
Rather, Dan

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