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Chile / Military Revolt #472502

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 11, 1973
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(Studio) Govt. of Chile and President Salvador Allende ousted by military coup. Unconfirmed report states Allende suicide victim. President palace set afire.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Buenos Aires, Argentina) Suicide confirmed by military government here. Situation seems to calm, according to radio reports
REPORTER: Eduardo Nunez

(Studio) Situation with regard to Allende, officially unconfirmed.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Santiago, Chile) President Allende faced political, economy problems from beginning of term. Land reforms, strikes, inflations, riots reviewed. DC has no immediate reaction.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Nunez, Eduardo

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