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Nicaragua / Guerrilla Orgs. #296550

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 22, 1984
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(Studio) CIA's financing of 2 guerrilla groups fighting to overthrow Nicaraguan government summarized.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(San Jose, Costa Rica) Guerrilla faction Democrat Revolutionary Alliance under leadership of Eden Pastora featured; his break with Sandinista regime over issue of Cuban and Soviet involvement recalled. Group's recent temporary occupation of San Juan del Norte mentioned. Pastora's remarks translated; regions of operation for Pastora's band and another United States supported rebel group illustrated on map. Possible problems arising out of Pastora's group basing itself in Costa Rica explained.
REPORTER: Mike O'Connor

Dean, Morton;
O'Connor, Mike

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