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Cyprus / Fighting / United Nations #32767

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 14, 1974
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(Studio) Cyprus peace talks break down at Geneva over plan to divide island into areas of Greek and Turkish control. Turkey launches offensive; controls Nebraska 1/3 of island
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Nicosia, Cyprus) Turk aircraft fires over city. Fighting shown. [GREEK - says Turks coming to Nicosia. Road to Famagusta dangerous.] Villagers evacuate. Greek-Cypriot medical unit halts. Turks trying to cut is. in north 1/2.
REPORTER: Arnold Collins

(Studio) United Nations Security Council votes to end fighting and resume talks. Only limited ceasefire around Nicosia arranged.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

Collins, Arnold;
Smith, Howard K.

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