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Panama Invasion / Response #325190

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 20, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) USSR reported condemning United States invasion of Panama. Report introduced.

(DC: Bob Schieffer) Response to United States invasion of Panama examined. [Representative Thomas FOLEY, Senator Richard LUGAR - comment.] Scenes shown of anti-US demonstrations in Nicaragua. [Nicaraguan representative to United Nations Alejandro SERRANO CALDERA - (thru translator) condemns United States action.] Peru reported recalling its amb. to United States while Organization of American States noted refusing to seat new Panamanian representative [Panamanian ambassador to Organization of American States Jose CABRERA - (thru translator) condemns US.] [British Prime Min. Margaret THATCHER - praises President Bush invasion.] [Soviet amb. to United Nations Aleksandr BELONOGOV - criticizes US.] Representative Les Aspin quoted re: invasion.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Advr. to Manuel Noriega, Mario Rognoni reported asserting that Noriega plans to have Americans killed.

Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob

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