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El Salvador / Fighting / Priest Murders #324638

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 16, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(San Salvador, El Salvador: Juan Vasquez) Fighting reported continuing between government forces and rebels in San Salvador, El Salvador; details given, scenes shown. Six Jesuit priests noted murdered death-squad execution style. [Archbishop of El Salvador Monsignor Arturo Rivera y DAMAS - (thru translator) comments on his friends' murders.] [Ambassador William WALKER - condemns priest murders.] Priests recalled often urging soc. justice in El Salvador. [Prior to his death, Ignacio MARTIN-BARO - comments on El Salvador's problems.] Fighting reported expected to continue; scenes shown of frightened civilians. [PEOPLE - (thru translator) comment.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Vasquez, Juan
Duration:
00:03:00

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