NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 09, 1972
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(Studio) Wk. ahead include politics on E. Coast, spy trial on West, war in far E., peace talks in Europe.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(Miami Beach, Florida) 1972 Democratic national convention begins tomorrow. Delegate credentials to be considered Monday; Tuesday, party platform will be adopted. Wednesday, nomination will be selected.
REPORTER: Douglas Kiker
(Los Angeles, California) Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony Russo go on trial for their part in Pentagon Papers disclosure. Illinois States Attorney Edward Hanrahan goes on trial for conspiracy to obstruct justice in Black Panthers shoot out investigation in Chicago, Illinois. John Connally returns from world tour to report to President Nixon in San Clememte, California.
REPORTER: Frank Bourgholtzer
(Paris, France) Paris Peace Talks resume Thursday with new optimism based on Henry Kissinger's comment that Hanoi will take a new approach. In North Ireland annual Protestant marches could break mood of relative calm. Near Tel Aviv, Israel, Kozo Okamoto goes on trial for his part in airport massacre.
REPORTER: Lloyd Dobyns
(Tokyo, Japan) North and South Korea meet to discuss national reunification. Red Cross officials seek to reunite divided families. Japan's new cabinet starts work to normalize relations with China. Asians watch development of Paris Peace Talks. Chinese celebrate 6th anniversary of Chairperson Mao's swim down Yangtze River
REPORTER: John Rich