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Vietnam / Peace Talks #461920

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 17, 1972
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(Studio) General Alexander Haig, Kissinger's deputy, off to Saigon to brief South Vietnam President Thieu on what happened at Paris Peace Talks last week Kissinger says breakdown in talks fault of North Vietnam. Le Duc Tho, says Kissinger, demanding changes in agreements already reached. North Vietnam blames United States for doing same thing.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(Huron, South Dakota) [George McGOVERN - says administration misled people in closing days of campaign `72 when said peace at hand.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(Studio) North Vietnam negotiator Le Duc Tho arrives Peking, China, today en route from Paris, France, to Hanoi.

Reporter(s):
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:02:30

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