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Energy Crisis / Common Market Meeting / Japan #468015

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 06, 1973
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(Studio) Former Secretary of Interior Stewart Udall insists fuel crisis long term. Common Mkt. cntrys., worried over fuel cuts by Arabs, meet in Brussels, Belgium. 9 cntrys. decide to support Egypt in Mid. E. conflict. Severe blow dealt to unity of Common Mkt.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Brussels, Belgium) Cntrys. hope to escape fuel cuts already occurring to less prudent European nations. Officials of cntrys. deny accusations.
REPORTER: Bernard Kaplan

(Studio) Japanese faced with Arab oil cutbacks, plead with Israel to return Israeli-occupied lands of 1967 to Egypt.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Kaplan, Bernard
Duration:
00:02:10

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