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USSR / Jewish Emigres #317728

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 24, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) USSR dissident Svetlana Braun reported giving permission to emigrate; details given.

(Vienna, Austria: Doug Tunnell) Incr. emigration of Soviet Jews and division of families as result examined; details given, scenes shown. [Anna Charney BLANK - notes her family wasn't allowed to leave with her; considers it random cruelty.] Blank's case described as example [Assistant secretary state Richard SCHIFTER - notes United States expects significant forward movement by USSR in area of human rights if relations with United States are to improve.] Anatoly Shcharansky's release recalled. [Emigre Jacob SHENDERVICH - thinks all should be given permission to leave.]

Rather, Dan;
Tunnell, Doug

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