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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 27, 1972
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(Studio) Indochina war is going on in Laos and Cambodia as well as Vietnam.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(N. Laos) Generation of war has changed tribal Laotians. They are now slaves to Mao tribesmen, especially when men are needed for army. Even small boys are taken for military service. Tau Sing (drafted at 13, crippled at 15, discharged at 16) is now 19 and begs to supplement pension. Cannot return home as Communists control his village.
REPORTER: Phil Brady

Brady, Phil;
Newman, Edwin

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