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NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 27, 1972
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(Studio) Govt. of Irish Republic and IRA (Irish Republican Army) clash over jailing of IRA (Irish Republican Army) leader Sean MacStiofain. MacStiofain on hunger strike in military hospital. Police and soldiers on alert in Dublin as demonstrations in support of MacStiofain continue.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Dublin, Ireland) MacStiofain sentenced to 6 mos. for mbrship. in outlawed IRA. Workers go on strike and close several Dublin factories in support of MacStiofain. If hunger strike continues, might die.
REPORTER: Jack Paxton

(Studio) Last week, interview with MacStiofain broadcast over government TV. As result, Irish government fired top execs. of network.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Dublin, Ireland) [MacSTIOFAIN - says IRA (Irish Republican Army) campaign will end when Br. government accepts its terms. Not prepared to compromise.]
REPORTER: Jack Paxton

(Studio) Violence continues in North Ireland. 14 year old boy killed in Belfast when car in which family driving ambushed.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Paxton, Jack

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