NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 21, 1972
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(Studio) US-Soviet summit is focus for week ahead. Vietnam war continues, as does politics.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(Hong Kong) Vietnam war will dominate Asia. Communist pressure expected on An Loc, Kontun, Hue. United States blockade, bombing in North Vietnam will continue. North Vietnam may try to clear mines from Haiphong Harbor.
(DC) Antiwar group plans people's blockade of Pentagon. Senator continues debate on end-the-war amendment. Senator Judiciary Committee considers banning sale of some band guns in wake of shooting of Governor Wallace. Fed., State grand juries in MD, will indict Arthur Bremer in that shooting. Transpo `72, World's Fair of Transportation to open at Dulles International Airport.
REPORTER: Alvin Rosenfeld
(Portland, OR) President primaries will be held in Rhode Island and OR, where McGovern is expected to win. McGovern and Humphrey tune up California campaigns. Defense attys. for Angela Davis will present case in murder conspiracy trial in San Jose, California.
REPORTER: Steve Delaney
(London, England) British expected to announce commission finds on proposed settlement with Rhodesia unacceptable. West German President Heinemann to sign treaties with Russia and Poland. NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) countries will then confer on European security. Cuba's Fidel Castro tours iron-curtain countries, visiting Russia after Nixon leaves.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer
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