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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 26, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Defense Secretary Dick Cheney, joint chiefs of staff chairperson Colin Powell and national security advisor Brent Scowcroft reported meeting with President Bush at Camp David with regard to Manuel Noriega situation. [CHENEY - comments on Noriega.] Map shown outlining Noriega's whereabouts during search; scenes shown from Panama. [Defense Department spokesperson Pete WILLIAMS - comments on Noriega.] Panamanian Lieutenant Colonel Luis del Cid noted arraigned on drug chgs. in Miami, Florida. [US attorney Dexter LEHTINEN - comments on del Cid.] Justice Department reported planning to ask international banks to freeze Noriega's accts.

Rather, Dan

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