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Vietnam / Bombing-World Opinion #465573

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 13, 1972
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(Studio) Group of Westerners finishes tour of North Vietnam; 1 of then is former Attorney General Ramsey Clark. He says in Bangkok, Thailand, he saw evidence of heavy bombing damage in North Vietnam. A member of Danish Parliament says damage worse than in Germany in 1945. Sean McBride, former foreign minister of Ireland, says American POW's appear healthy. 2 Frenchmen say North Vietnam dikes being bombed deliberately. [South Vietnam priest, Reverend Nguyen CAO LUC - released by North Vietnam, says Communists not interested in exchanging POW's. Says North Vietnam will trade POW's for rebuilding of North Vietnam.]
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

Utley, Garrick

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