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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 10, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(DC: Bill Plante) Possible movement in US-USSR diplomacy standoff over jailed US reporter Nicholas Daniloff and accused KGB agent Gennady Zakharov examined; details given, scenes shown. Daniloff's telephone call to wife quoted on screen. [Ruth DANILOFF - considers meaning of husband's remarks.] Secretary State George Shultz mentioned meeting with ambassador Yuri Dubinin. [Chautauqua Institution exec. director John WALLACH - announces cancellation of United States delegation's participation in USSR conference unless Daniloff is released.]

(NYC: Anthony Mason) Zakharov's background and factors leading to his arrest for espionage reviewed; scenes shown. [Former landlord Murray VOGEL - recalls Zakharov.] [Neighbor Lee BANDER, Yvette VOGEL - note presence of Russians throughout neighborhood; recall Zakharov.] [FBI spokesperson John HOGAN - comments.] [Murray VOGEL - regrets situation.]

Mason, Anthony;
Plante, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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