NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 22, 1968
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(Studio) Soviets explain invasion in "Pravda." Denounce Czech. Communist Party leader Alexander Dubcek. Only support from North Vietnam and Syria. In Washington, DC and other cities, protesters appear at Soviet embassies and protest. In UN, United States asks for resolution condemning action.
REPORTER: David Brinkley
(NYC) [US Ambassador George BALL - says world cry to USSR is stop your aggression. Tells Soviet Ambassador that his government must feel shame to be party to callous and brutal assault. Kremlin must feel great fright to risk disgust of world because they see their dominance challenged by breath of freedom.] [USSR Ambassador Yacov MALIK - says socialist cntrys. proclaim that the imperialists shouldn't stick their noses in Socialist and Communist affairs or they might lose their nose.]
REPORTER: No reporter given