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Mozambique / Famine and Unrest #326726

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 28, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Namahaca, Mozambique: Richard Wagner) Problems of famine, starvation and unrest in Mozambique examined; details given, scenes shown. [Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere spokesperson David NEFF - comments on situation.] Lack of foreign assistance discussed. [Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere spokesperson Harlan HALE - says civil war prevents food from getting to the needy.] [Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere spokesperson Rodney SIDLOSKI - comments on guerrillas who get children to steal food for their troops.] [Minister of health Leonardo SIMAO - blames war for most casualties.]

Rather, Dan;
Wagner, Richard

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