NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 14, 1972
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(Studio) Withdrawal of South Vietnam troops, from eastern Cambodia causes concern. Area left open to enemy.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Krek, Cambodia) Recent South Vietnam troop action near Krek recalled. Troops withdrawn with little accomplished. North Vietnam offensive in South Vietnam feared. Saigon being protected against Tet offensive. (Tay Ninh, South Vietnam) Cambodians flee as South Vietnam troops leave. Wives, children brought into highway 7 area. Cambodians don't take war seriously. 10,000 refugees cross border. Troops families return to Phnom Penh area.
REPORTER: George Lewis
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