NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 17, 1971
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(Studio) War ends as Yahya Khan government accepts India cease-fire offer. Area of W. Pakistan taken in Kashmir. Photos shown of India Prime Min. Indira Gandhi's welcome by parliament in New Delhi; offers friendship to Pakistan. In Calcutta happy Indians hang President Nixon, President Yahya Khan in effigy. Bangladesh guerrillas roam Dacca, E. Pakistan; city dangerous. United Nations turns away from war to selection of new Secretary General Hotline to Moscow used to stop fighting once E. Pakistan had fallen. USSR being spoken of more kindly by administration
REPORTER: John Chancellor
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