NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 26, 1971
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(Studio) Canada and USSR to work together to prevent Arctic pollution; to improve trade between 2 cntrys. and work to end underground nuclear testing; USSR tests underground constantly; Kosygin now in Havana.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Toronto, Canada) Kosygin speaks at mfrs.' dinner; says cntrys. with different social systems can live peacefully together. 10,000 protest outside dinner. Police keep crowd in line, 20 arrested. Kosygin's departure shown. USSR courts Canadian friendship and trade.
REPORTER: John Dancy
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