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Panama / United States Aid / Security #329711

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 25, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) President Bush reported approving economic aid package for Panama; details recalled from United States invasion. Report introduced.

(Panama City: Ron Allen) Panamanians' efforts to recover from US invasion and legacy of Manuel Noriega examined; details given of economic and crime problems; scenes shown. [Colonel James KELLY, Panama Canal employee David BAERG - say there is no control here.] Baerg noted robbed; details given of murder of his friend William Joyce. Transformation of Panamanian army into public servants noted a difficult one.

Allen, Ron;
Rather, Dan

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