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Cyprus Crisis #477860

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 22, 1974
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(Studio) Fighting stops on Cyprus although cease-fire in effect several hrs. before fighting really halted. Secretary General Kurt Waldheim says Turkish planes bombed airport, violating cease-fire. Before cease-fire Turkey landed more troops on north coast of Cyprus.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(Limassol, Cyprus) Turkish Cypriots lived in community till Greek Cypriots overtook town. Resident recalls Greek takeover of Limassol. Greek Cypriots patrol Turkish quarter Women and children evacuated from Turkish quarter; many men taken prisoner by Greek Cypriot National Guard.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Studio) During fighting, foreigners take sanctuary on British bases on Cyprus. American Marine copters rescue American and Lebanese tourists.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

Newman, Edwin;
Palmer, John

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