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Haiti / United States Occupation / Cap Haitien #359096

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 25, 1994
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(Studio: Edie Magnus) Report introduced.

(Port-au-Prince: Bob Simon) The day after the first battle between US occupation forces and armed Haitians in Cap Haitien, Haiti, featured; scenes shown of Haitians turning weapons and other things over to the Marines in the street and later rifling the police headquarters. The concern that violence could move to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, noted.

(Studio: Edie Magnus) Report introduced.

(UN: Bill Plante) The reaction in the United States to events in Haiti and the administration policy there featured; scenes shown of the First Family at a church service in Harlem. [CLINTON - defends his Haiti policy.] [Representative Newt GINGRICH - opposes the president's policy.] The position of exiled President Jean-Bertrand Aristide outlined. [US ambassador to the United Nations Madeleine ALBRIGHT, Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman John SHALIKASHVILI - talk about Haiti.] Clinton's United Nations speech tomorrow previewed and foreign policy issues other than Haiti reviewed. The public's view off the United States policy in Haiti discussed.

Magnus, Edie;
Plante, Bill;
Simon, Bob

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