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Turkey / Cyprus Invasion / Cease-Fire #32452

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 22, 1974
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(Studio) Turkey claims its objectives for Cyprus' invasion were met.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Ankara, Turkey) Cease-fire agreement arranged almost singlehandedly by US. [US ambassador to Turkey William MACOMBER - believes cease-fire will take place. Hopefully, negotiations to replace fighting.] Turkish Prime Min. Bulent Ecevit says making peace to be more difficult than making war. [ECEVIT - discusses Cyprus problem and cease-fire.]
REPORTER: Don Farmer (film via Turkish TV)

(Studio) Cyprus Archbishop Makarios flies to Washington, DC to meet with Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) Makarios believes he'll be reinstated as Cyprus' leader Kissinger explains how cease-fire arranged. [KISSINGER - says he'll meet with Makarios next week to assess developments.]
REPORTER: Ted Koppel

(Studio) Rumors of Greek military officers overthrowing Athens government circulated; report of coup untrue, however. Demonstration occurs in Athens to protest British ships aiding Turkey in battle over Cyprus.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Farmer, Don;
Koppel, Ted;
Reasoner, Harry;
Smith, Howard K.

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