NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 03, 1972
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(DC) Lieutenant William Calley's lawyers will ask review court to overturn conviction for My Lai murders. Supreme Court decides whether to hear appeals in Richmond school busing case. Senate committee opens hearings on Congress reform. House subcommittee investigates Indian takeover of BIA building
REPORTER: John Cochran
(Los Angeles, California) House investigating committee returns to San Diego to look into racial incidents on USS Kitty Hawk. Republican govs. will meet in Phoenix, Arizona. In Chicago, National Transportation Safety Board starts hearings into collision of 2 Illinois Central commuter trains. Federal appellate court decides whether Pentagon Papers trial of Daniel Ellsberg will begin with jury already selected.
REPORTER: George Lewis
(London, England) NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) holds winter meeting in Brussels, Belgium. Defense Secretary Laird makes farewell appearance. Mtg. will discuss NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) position on troop reduction talks with USSR . In Helsinki, Finland, 34 countries lay groundwork for talks on European security. In Dublin, Ireland, Prime Min. Jack Lynch will use new powers to suppress IRA.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer
(Tokyo, Japan) Japan votes December 10. Premier Tanaka's liberal Democratic party expected to win. In Manila, Philippines, political detainees will be released as President Marcos relaxes martial law.
REPORTER: John Rich
(Studio) Vietnam peace talks will take place between Henry Kissinger and Le Duc Tho.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
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