NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 06, 1972
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(Studio) Important stories which will make news next week featured.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(DC) Democratic national committee will meet Tuesday to ratify McGovern's selection of new Vice President running mate. Congress to work through mound of legislation: revenue sharing, moratorium on busing, and military procurement. House Internal Security Committee to decide whether to subpoena actress Jane Fonda to explain her radio broadcast from Hanoi, North Vietnam.
REPORTER: Gordon Graham
(Los Angeles, California) In Chicago, Illinois, trial of Illinois states attorney Edward Hanrahan may be continued, but perjured testimony of 4 Black panthers may cause cancellation. In British Guiana, foreign ministers from nonallied ntns. to meet to discuss relations between United States and Russia, United States and China. International Trade Fair in Seattle, WA, include Russian exhibit.
REPORTER: Roy Neal
(Tel Aviv, Israel) Israel will celebrate 2 years of peace along Suez Canal. Trial of 2 women terrorists captured in Sabena hijacking resumes. In Czechoslovakia, supporters of Alexander Dubcek get stiff prison sentences.
REPORTER: David Burrington
(Tokyo, Japan) Rescue and relief operations continue in Philippines where massive floods take 300 lives. North and South Korea continue efforts for meeting of Red Cross representatives to set up exchange of visits between families of North and South Korea. United Nations Secretary General Kurt Waldheim to visit People's Republic of China.
REPORTER: Liz Trotta
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