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Panama / United States Invasion #329466

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 11, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Red Cross reported asserting that United States troops still hold many of Manuel Noriega's loyalists prisoner. President Guillermo Endara quoted regarding economic aid to Panama. Report introduced.

(Panama City: Jacqueline Adams) Issue of United States economic aid to Panama examined. [Vice President Guillermo FORD - comments on situation.] [Former president Nicolas BARLETTA - says invasion must be followed by sufficient funds with which to rebuild economy.] [Senator Christopher DODD - says there are other countries that need United States aid.] [Banker Alberto VALLARINO, businessman Aurelio BARRIA - comment on Panamanian economy.]

Adams, Jacqueline;
Rather, Dan

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