CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 06, 1985
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(Studio) Bulgaria recalled accused of complicity in attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II; officials there, in Sofia press conf., said now denying cntry.'s role in international drug trafficking.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Sofia, Bulgaria) United States authorities' charge that Bulgarian officials aid in heroin smuggling examined; films shown. Circumstantial evidence allegedly substantiating claims that Bulgaria's drug trafficking helps fin. international terrorism reviewed; DEA's claim that Bulgarian arms company, Kintex, is major conduit for heroin from Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan to US detailed. [Bulgarian customs official Theodor TSVETKOV - invites US counterparts to Bulgaria for discussions.]
REPORTER: Bert Quint
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