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Haiti / Civil Unrest #308575

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 05, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Greece, Switzerland and Spain said rejecting Haitian dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier's request for asylum.

(Port-au-Prince, Haiti: Jerry Bowen) Govt.'s effort to quell growing anti-government unrest examined; scenes shown. [Store OWNER - is prepared to defy government order to reopen store.] Unrest's influence on Haiti's foreign community described. [PEOPLE - explain leaving cntry.] Implications for US firms based here cited. [Haggar Slacks spokesperson Al DINUNZIO - attributes customers' moratorium on orders due to fears of government's instability.] Haiti's importance to United States as shipping route near Cuba explained.

Bowen, Jerry;
Rather, Dan

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