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Panama / United States Invasion / Noriega #325268

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 27, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Panama City, Panama: Richard Threlkeld) Negotiations with regard to future of Manuel Noriega reported continuing between United States and Vatican officials; details given, scenes shown from Panama City, Panama. [Vatican diplomacy specialist Father Robert GRAHAM - comments on situation.] Noriega's attys. in Panama reported resigning. [Vice President Ricardo ARIAS CALDERON - explains why Noriega has not been arrested.] [General Fred WOERNER - (ret.) says Noriega could regain power.] No. of weapons that have been confiscated estimate American civilian killed in Panama, Candi Helen, reported buried today.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Spokesperson for Pope John Paul II quoted with regard to Noriega.

Rather, Dan;
Threlkeld, Richard

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