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Kissinger / Africa / Angola #43205

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 01, 1976
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(Studio) Secretary of State Henry Kissinger arrives in Senegal.
REPORTER: Steve Bell

(Liberia) Black leaders have declared their willingness to end southern Africa war by negotiations. Kissinger upset that Ronald Reagan has accused him of setting stage for racial conflict. [KISSINGER - says armed struggle already begun in Rhodesia. Surrounding black states have declared their intention to invade Rhodesia and they may be supported by Soviet arms and Cuban troops. American inaction will produce massacre. Only obstacle to normalization with Angola is Cuban troops. If troops depart or United States informed of departure date, relations would be normalized.] Kissinger puts USSR and Cuba in position of having to justify their presence in Angola.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel

Bell, Steve;
Koppel, Ted

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