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Olympic Terrorism / United Nations Reaction #466093

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 10, 1972
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(Studio) Syria and Lebanon call special meeting of United Nations Security Council; demand Israel be condemned for reprisal attacks. Arabs, however, make no mention of Palestinian terrorist attack on Israeli Olympic athletes. US proposes resolution condemning guerrilla attack, calling on Arab ntns. to stop supporting terrorists.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(NYC) Chinese Ambassador Huang Hua sits in president chair for 1st time. Israel not representative due to Jewish holiday. Delegates of Somalia, Guinea, and Yugoslavia introduction resolution calling on ptys. to cease all military operations. American Ambassador George Bush calls for resolution condemning killing of Israelis at Munich Olympics, which dashed hopes of Mideast settlement.
REPORTER: Pauline Frederick

Frederick, Pauline;
Utley, Garrick

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