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Pakistan / Civil War #457448

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 04, 1971
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(Studio) India Prime Min. Gandhi's Congress Party votes support for E. Pakistan rebellion; West Pakistan charges India helping armed infiltrators enter E. Pakistan; 750 Americans being airlifted from E. to West Pakistan; India news agencies claim West Pakistan bombing E. Pakistan towns.
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(London, England) [British Busman. Gerald NUGENT - in response to reporter question, says when left Dacca, E. Pakistan, was no fighting; didn't see dead bodies reported by woman in newspaper.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(Jessore, E. Pakistan) Rebels led by E. Pakistan Rifles control Jessore; W. Pakistan soldiers camping outside town; Jessore civilians evacuating to cntryside.
REPORTER: David Weber

Mcgee, Frank;
Weber, David

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