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Greek, Cyprus / Government. Fall #477881

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 23, 1974
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(Studio) Govt. of Greece collapses along with Cypriot government Constantine Caramanlis asked to return from exile to form new Greek government
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Athens, Greece) Greeks ecstatic over military government's fall.
REPORTER: Phil Dopolous

(Studio) Washington, DC generally pleased with new developments in Greece. Nikos Sampson's government resigns on Cyprus; president of Cypriot House of Representatives Glafkos Clerides takes over. Clerides sympathetic to deposed President Makarios.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(NYC) [MAKARIOS - says Clerides acts on his behalf.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(Studio) Some fighting still occurs in Cyprus despite cease-fire.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Nicosia, Cyprus) Following truce, sporadic arms fire occurs throughout night. Turkish troops in firm control of Kyrenia, Cyprus. Rescue efforts for stranded foreigners on island continue. [Sherry ADAMS - describes bombing and fighting.] Many foreigners still stranded in downtown Nicosia.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Studio) Greek embassy in Washington, DC says Greek embassy in Nicosia under attack; calls for United Nations Security Council meeting American frigate reaches Beirut, Lebanon, with Americans from Cyprus aboard.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Dhekelia, Cyprus) Americans airlifted to American ship for trip to Beirut. Foreigners taken to hotels in Beirut following departure from Cyprus.
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell

(Studio) Turkish Prime Min. Bulent Ecevit says Turkey victorious in Cyprus operation.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Bell, Rebecca;
Chancellor, John;
Dopolous, Phil;
Palmer, John
Duration:
00:08:50

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