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Northern Ireland Conflict / Burials / United Nations #446985

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 19, 1969
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(Studio) North Ireland P. Min. James Chichester-Clark and British P. Min. Harold Wilson meet in London. Decide British Army Commander to be in charge of 6 cnties. security, incls. county police so hated by Catholics. Belfast quiet.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Belfast, North Ireland) Debris cleaned up. Trouble starts in working class slums where Protestants and Catholics live segregated. [PROTESTANT - says they want united Ireland and we don't.] [2nd PROTESTANT - talks about snipers.] [CATHOLIC - need united Ireland.] [3rd PROTESTANT - says Protestants have slums, too.]
REPORTER: Douglas Kiker

(Belfast, North Ireland) 4 Catholics buried. Hugh McCabe, 21, was soldier in British Army; Sam McLaren, 30, bus driver; Patrick Rooney, 9,; and Gerald McCauley, 15.
REPORTER: Dean Brelis

(Studio) United Nations Security Council to meet to consider Irish Republican's request for UN peacekeeping force.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

Reporter(s):
Brelis, Dean;
Huntley, Chet;
Kiker, Douglas
Duration:
00:04:30

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