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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 18, 1971
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(Studio) Predictions of upcoming news.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) State Secretary William P. Rogers will discuss President Nixon's trip to People's Republic of China with foreign diplomats; Congress will attempt to agree on new draft law; negotiations with United States Postal Service workers to be intensified.

(Paris, France) Attn. to be focused on Paris peace talks to see how Nixon's trip to People's Republic of China, will affect negotiations; NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) threatened with loss of bases in Iceland, North Atlantic Ocean, and Malta Island, Mediterranean Sea. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew to visit Morocco.
REPORTER: George Lewis

(Los Angeles, California) Republican Party to chose 1972 nomination convention site; United States army to begin destroying mustard gas near Denver, Colorado
REPORTER: Don Oliver

Chancellor, John;
Duke, Paul;
Lewis, George;
Oliver, Don

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