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Nicaragua / Peace Talks #320340

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 23, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Peace talks between Sandinistas and Contras reported continuing in Sapoa, Nicaragua. Radio report noted announcing during meeting that Contras had broken truce; report mentioned being untrue. Report introduced.

(Sapoa, Nicaragua: John Blackstone) News that Contras had broken cease-fire reported nearly disrupting peace talks. Manner in which Sandinista media covering peace talks featured; details given, scenes shown. [Miami, Florida, NICARAGUANS - comment on peace talks.] [Contra spokesperson Bosco MATAMORORS - says communication between sides indicative of success.] Contra and Sandinista proposals cited. Willingness of both sides to continue talks noted remarkable.

(Studio: Dan Rather) President Reagan's spokesperson reported announcing troops in Honduras to return to United States next week; details of airlift recalled. CBS News- "New York Times" poll results with regard to United States airlift to Honduras illustration

Blackstone, John;
Rather, Dan

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