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Cuba / Refugees #358478

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 20, 1994
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Key West: Diana Gonzalez) The continued flow of Cuban refugees into the United States despite President Clinton's toughening of the immigration policy reported; scenes shown of protesters in Miami and Key West, Florida. New policy guidelines outlined. [CLINTON - talks about freedom for Cuba.] [Cuban-American National Foundation Jorge MAS CANOSA, refugee transit center Arturo COBO - offer differing opinions on the issue.] Scenes shown from a Cuban refugee detention center in Florida. [US Coast Guard Lieutenant Commander James HOWE - says some refugees are smuggled to the US.]

(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Interview held with Senator Bob Graham on the current situation in Florida. [GRAHAM - says the problem is Fidel Castro.]

Gonzalez, Diana;
Schieffer, Bob

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