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Ethiopia, Sudan / Famine #328478

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 12, 1989
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Rescue efforts reported focusing concern on desperate situation for people in war-torn Ethiopia and Sudan. [Assistant Secretary of State Herman COHEN - says world is running out of money for disaster relief.] 1984 scenes shown that illustration famine and hunger in horn of Africa. [UN's James GRANT - discusses civilian deaths in area.] [Agency for International Dvt. Ray LOVE - says there will continue to be refugee problem.] [Representative Peter KOSTMAYER - says food has become weapon in these wars.] [GRANT - says there are now pressures on warring factions there.] [LOVE - says warring forces are exhausted.]

Spencer, Susan

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