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Vietnam War / Paris Peace Talks / House Reaction #463670

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 20, 1972
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(Studio) Steady enemy advance in Cambodia reported 7 towns along Highway 1 seized. North Vietnam controls 50 miles of highway between South Vietnam's border and Phnom Penh. An Loc fighting heavY. Lai Khe under attack. American bombers over North Vietnam. Xuan Thuy, chief North Vietnam negotiator in Paris, said North Vietnam ready to return to Paris Peace Talks even if bombing of North Vietnam doesn't stop.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Guam) B-52 outfits on Guam. Mission under Captain Thomas O'Malley made ready and completed.
REPORTER: Phil Brady

(Studio) Flagship of 7th Fleet, missile-cruiser Oklahoma City, hat by shrapnel; bomb hit destroyer Higby. Casualties, reported House Democratic caucus denounced North Vietnam for invasion of South Vietnam, condemned bombing of North Vietnam, and called on Foreign Affairs Committee to draft an end-the-war bill in 30 days for House vote.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Brady, Phil;
Chancellor, John

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