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Vietnam War / MIAs/POWs / USSR #344969

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 21, 1992
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(Studio: Edie Magnus) Report introduced.

(Moscow: Anthony Mason) Russian President Boris Yeltsin reported renewing his pledge to track down American MIAs/POWs that may still be held in Russia; scenes shown of him, former United States ambassador to Moscow Malcolm Toon arriving in Russia. [YELTSIN - (thru translator) says we have to find the truth.] [TOON - notes lack of evidence.] [Russian prisoner "SERGEI" - says he's never met an American prisoner.] [US embassy William DAVNIE - comments on investigation.] [Princeton University Stephen COHEN - talks about Yeltsin's political motivation.] [Former INMATE - (thru translator) says a lot of secrets are buried.]

(Studio: Edie Magnus) Top United States official in Vietnam reported saying that the search for MIAs has been accelerated; scenes shown of children of fathers killed in the Vietnam war laying flowers at the Vietnam Veteran's War Memorial in Washington, DC, today in a special Father's Day remembrance.

Magnus, Edie;
Mason, Anthony

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