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Afghanistan / Rebel Conference #325510

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 12, 1989
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(Studio: Steve Kroft) Report introduced.

(Pakistan: Anthony Mason) Mtg. of council of Afghan resistance in hopes of producing government in exile featured; details given of in-fighting among rebel leaders; scenes shown from Islamabad, Pakistan. television address by president Najibullah noted. [Afghan leader Dr. Zabiullah MOJADIDI - says interim government under discussion.] [Afghan leader Hedayat ARSALA - comments on issue.] Stalling of United Nations relief effort reported; details given of UN's inability to find airlines that will make flight to Kabul, Afghanistan. [UN relief agency Prince Sadruddin Aga KHAN -comments.] Likely continuation of war after USSR leaves reviewed.

Mason, Anthony;
Kroft, Steve

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