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Castro / Africa Tour #47743

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 18, 1977
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(Studio) Cuba Premier Fidel Castro conts. Africa visit in Tanzania; goes to island of Zanzibar, where newspapers praise Cuban intervention in Angola civil war. Castro's trip has taken him to Algeria, Libya, Ethiopia and Somalia.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania) Tanzanians only learned of Castro's visit to Dar Es Salaam few days ago, but President Julius Nyerere plans big welcome. Ceremonies here and Castro's growing influence in Africa noted. Nyerere's belief in 3rd world semi-neutrality and lack of political interest in either USSR or United States noted.
REPORTER: Jerry King

King, Jerry;
Walters, Barbara

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