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Nicaragua / Peace Talks #320327

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 22, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Sapoa, Nicaragua: John Blackstone) Sandinista-Contra peace talks reported continuing in Sapoa; details given, scenes shown. Sandinista and Contra peace proposals illustration and discussed. [Contra spokesperson Bosco MATAMOROS - cites Contra aims.] Distrust between sides noted continuing; details given. [Ex- Contra leader Arturo CRUZ - 557

comments on situation.] Sandinista spokesperson reported claiming President Reagan practicing terrorism toward Nicaraguan people by requesting that Congress approve more Contra aid. Contra TV ad requesting more aid shown. Contra source quoted.

Blackstone, John;
Rather, Dan

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