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Uganda / Amin #47414

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 23, 1977
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(Studio) Refugees from Uganda report Idi Amin orders 2 Christian tribes destroyed. Protests come from group of American blacks and United Nations considers investigation. Uganda is all but cut off from neighboring ntns.; today network reporter got in and out of country with report with regard to Amin's explanation of events. (Audio report)
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Kampala, Uganda) Amin says tribes held responsible for coup plot won't be massacred and that all is quiet now. Amin accuses Britain, United States and Israel of providing support for Uganda guerrillas, who he says are now under arrest. Reporter notes situation in Kampala.
REPORTER: Charles Harrison

Reporter(s):
Harrison, Charles;
Reasoner, Harry
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