NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 13, 1971
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(Studio) North Ireland quiet after 4-days violence.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(Belfast, North Ireland) Film shows Protestant families at refugee camp set up in school. [Unidentified PROTESTANTS - say IRA (Irish Republican Army) wouldn't be able to do what has done without support of Catholics; IRA (Irish Republican Army) wants Protestants out of N. Ireland; feel safer here than in own neighborhood; will stay until violence over.] About 8,000 Catholics have left homes for refugee camps in Belfast or fled to Ireland. [Unidentified CATHOLICS - tell of confrontations with British soldiers, Protestants; say separating Protestants and Catholics only short term solution.]
REPORTER: Ray Scherer
(Dundalk, Ireland) 8 refugee camps in Ireland over crowded; some housed in schools, hospitals, airplane hangars; some Catholics returning to Belfast because of refugee situation.
REPORTER: David Burrington