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South Africa / Sanctions #305818

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 10, 1985
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(Studio) European Econ. Community, minus Great Britain, reported approving mild econ. sanctions against South Africa; details given, scenes shown.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Johannesburg, South Africa) Return here of United States ambassador following President Reagan's announcement yesterday of minor sanctions featured; scenes shown. [Ambassador Herman NICKEL - explains tone of Reagan's message to President P.W. Botha.] [BOTHA - accuses United States of hypocrisy in its "immoral war of aggression" on South Africa.] [Union leader Phiroshaw CAMAY - anticipates government's collapse.] South Africa's self-sufficiency in weapons production and oil noted coming as result of earlier sanctions; status of continued racial segregation illustrated.
REPORTER: John Blackstone

Blackstone, John;
Rather, Dan

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