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Cambodia / United States / South Vietnam / Fighting #450930

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 30, 1970
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(Studio) 10,000 South Vietnam and 100 Americans push into Parrot's Beak, hope to link with Cambodian troops in extended operation; United States approves large military build-up. [COMBAT PHOTOS SHOWN.] Americans secretive; communists didn't expect deep penetration; Viet Cong flee, leave supplies; South Vietnam retake Chi Pou, Pursat.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Cambodia) South Vietnam drive into Parrot's Beak; United States advisers ordered not to talk to reporters; troops move cautiously; destroyed Viet Cong sanctuary shown; South Vietnam operation to last many days.

(Studio) Cambodian government protests South Vietnam, United States neutrality violation.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Rich, John

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