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South Vietnam / Cambodia / Politics / Fighting #451244

NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 21, 1970
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(Studio) South Vietnam Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky says troops to remain in Cambodia as long as Communists; Phnom Penh says death better than Vietnam rule, North or South
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Kompong Cham, Cambodia) Govt. regains Kompong Cham, Communists surround city; pitiful Cambodian force defends city; South Vietnam may help guard town.
REPORTER: Welles Hangen

(Bien Hoa, South Vietnam) South Vietnam Premier General Tran Thien Khiem praises and decorates Army for Cambodian operations; United States claims surprise and American presence major factors; South Vietnam gens. pleased with bigger war.
REPORTER: Phil Brady

Brady, Phil;
Hangen, Welles;
Huntley, Chet

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