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Panama / Noriega Asylum #325235

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 25, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report that representatives of Pope John Paul II, President Bush, General Manuel Noriega and the new Panamanian government are working out a diplomatic deal about Noriega's future noted.

(Panama City, Panama: Richard Threlkeld) Noriega's future and the situation in Panama between United States military forces and Noriega's followers detailed; scenes shown from the residence of the Papal Nuncio where Noriega has taken refuge. [Vatican spokesperson Joaquin NAVARRO-VALLS - discusses Noriega's case.] Noriega noted seeking asylum in Spain, a country that has an extradition treaty with US. [Secretary of Defense Dick CHENEY - says we want to return Noriega to United States for trial.] [Panamanian Vice President Guillermo FORD - says Noriega has hurt the people.]

Rather, Dan;
Threlkeld, Richard

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