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China, P.R. / Ntlist. China #459706

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 05, 1971
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(Studio) Associated Press reports Greece on verge of recognizing People's Republic of China; Turkey recognizes People's Republic of China, cuts off relations with Ntlist. China.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Taipei, Ntlist. China) Ntlist. Chinese signing petitions opposing People's Republic of China, United Nations mbrship. [Ntlist. China legislator HSIEH FU-CHI - thinks President Nixon has changed People's Republic of China, policy because wants peace in Vietnam war.] Believed Ntlist. China would remain in United Nations if People's Republic of China, given general assembly seat, but not security council seat.
REPORTER: Kenley Jones

(Studio) Defense Department reports People's Republic of China, has missiles capable of striking India, USSR or Japan.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Jones, Kenley

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