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Vietnam / Peace Efforts / Action #440420

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 28, 1968
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(Studio) Soviet Premier Aleksei Kosygin asks Japan to persuade United States to unconditionally stop bombing of North Vietnam. Says peace talks at delicate stage. New Zealand Premier Keith Holyoake and South Vietnam President Nguyen Van Thieu begin 4 days talks. Both reject coalition government for South Vietnam. Says North Vietnam can end war by stopping fighting and agreeing to direct talks to Saigon. B-52s bomb area between Saigon and Cambodia. Believed 70 combat btns. and 4 divs. getting ready to attack Saigon in next 2 weeks
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

Reporter(s):
Huntley, Chet
Duration:
00:00:50

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