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Northern Ireland / Violence Continues #476264

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 21, 1974
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(Studio) Death toll in North Ireland mounts to 1001. Arch bishop of Canterbury Dr. Michael Ramsey forced to stop sermon in Belfast because of protests. Struggle between Protestants and Catholics far from over.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(Belfast, North Ireland) IRA (Irish Republican Army) terrorism rampant. It attempts to prevent any cooperation between Protestants and Catholics under British rule. British attempt to tighten security to lessen threat of IRA (Irish Republican Army) terrorism. Protestants now threaten civil disobedience of their own to keep Britain out of North Ireland.
REPORTER: George Montgomery

Kalber, Floyd;
Montgomery, George

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