NBC Evening News for Monday, Jan 10, 1972
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(Studio) President Nixon may have supported West Pakistan in clash with India because of People's Republic of China. Tass reports Chinese tearing down Anti-American signs in Peking, Shanghai, and Hangchow, where Nixon will visit. United Press International quotes London sources that purging of Chinese leadership who were against opening to United States and Pro-Russian. Death of former Vice Premier Chen Yi announced. Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler returned from China with advance party, praising Chinese cooperation.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
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