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(Studio: Connie Chung) President Bush reported going to NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) summit conference with plan for eventual withdrawal of United States nuclear artillery shells from Western Europe. Report introduced.
(London: Bill McLaughlin) NATO's determination to keep its forces sharp in West Germany featured; scenes shown of planes taking off; details given of United States plan to equip these planes with new generation of missiles. [Two German MEN - oppose need for nuclear weapons.] Criticism that United States is not adapting fast enough to a new Europe and its realities noted. ["Jane's Defence Weekly" Paul BEAVER - comments on the politics of Britain.] Possible impact of these new missiles on political future of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher mentioned.
- Chung, Connie;
- McLaughlin, Bill
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