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Uganda / Tanzania #466367

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 24, 1972
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(Studio) Uganda, Tanzania consider Somalia peace plan. Tanzania force withdraws.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(Kampala, Uganda) Difficulty of television news rpting. noted. [Film of Italian TV newsman shown.] Italian reporter quoted on scene Friday when Tanzania invasion reports came to Kampala. All shops closed, streets emptied. Pushback of Tanzania troops at border reported Asian exile continues. [Film shown.] Asians must leave by November 9. Emergency airlift closed due to fight with Tanzania. Flights resume. 22 flights due; only 3 fly. If all goes perfectly, however, only 1/3 Asians can be evacuated by November 9 deadline.
REPORTER: David Weber

Utley, Garrick;
Weber, David

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