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Mozambique / Rebel Leader Assassination / Hunger #320828

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 22, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Mozambique rebel leader named Eval Fernandez reported assassinated in Portugal; details given. Report introduced.

(Mozambique border: Martha Teichner) Elec. fence shown spanning border of Mozambique and South Africa (R). Desperate Mozambiquans noted attempting to flee country for South Africa. [Operation Hunger spokesperson Ina PERLMAN - says Mozambiquans risk lives to come to South Africa.] No. of starving Mozambiquans given; scenes shown. Black South Africans noted helping starving aliens while whites send them back to Mozambique. South African officials quoted with regard to situation. Mozambiquans reported vowing to continue attempts to enter South Africa.

Rather, Dan;
Teichner, Martha

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