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Nicaragua / Peace Talks #321663

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 11, 1988
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(Studio: Barry Serafin) United States negotiator Max Kampelman reported going to Central American to brief area on US-USSR arms control talks and to assess chances of peace talks in Nicaragua. Report introduced.

(Miami, Florida: Juan Vasquez) Contra and Sandinistas reported agreeing that cease-fire in Nicaragua should continue; scenes shown of soldiers in field. [SOLDIERS - (thru translator) says both sides trust each other.] Sandinistas reported solidifying political control during time of peace talks. [Ex-Contra leader Arturo CRUZ - discusses Contra problems.] Role of Enrique Bermudez in Contra problems detailed; other problems facing Contras discussed.

Serafin, Barry;
Vasquez, Juan

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