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Pakistan / Civil War #457491

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 06, 1971
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(Studio) For. refugees from E. Pakistan arrive in Calcutta, India; say both rebels and West Pakistan army involved in executions of opposition civilians; West Pakistan Govt. film shows peace, normal daily activity in Dacca, E. Pakistan; 450 Americans remain in E. Pakistan.
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(Teheran, Iran) Film shows plane load of Americans arriving in Teheran from E. Pakistan. [Unidentified Americans - say many Pakistan friends now dead; husband, father still there; many endanger lives if speak too freely.]
REPORTER: Douglas Kiker

(Studio) West Pakistan again charges India sending infiltrators, to E. Pakistan, to help rebels; West Pakistan Army in control of major cities; rebels control several towns near India border.
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(Chuadanga, E. Pakistan) Film, shot by French television crew April 3rd, shows W. Pakistan jets attacking Chuadanga; by April 5th Chuadanga had become rebels military command and political headquarters With Sheik Mujibur Rahman apparently under arrest, Dr. Asabul Huq acting as rebel leader REPORTER: David Weber

Kiker, Douglas;
Mcgee, Frank

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