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Greek Government / Caramanlis / Cyprus #477906

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 24, 1974
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(Studio) Constantine Caramanlis returns to Greece to head new civilian government Amnesty for all political prisoners announced.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Athens, Greece) Greeks demonstrate joyously over return of Caramanlis to country Skeptics say military government handed back limited conservative democracy. Caramanlis sworn in as new prime minister Greek problems remain; details given.
REPORTER: George Montgomery

(Studio) Exiled Greek King Constantine hopes to go home soon now that democratic government reinstated. Turkish Prime Min. Bulent Ecevit expresses hope for friendship between Turkey and Greece. New Greek government recognizes Archbishop Makarios as Cyprus' president despite last week's coup that ousted Makarios. On Cyprus, acting president Clerides says it would be unwise for Makarios to return to Cyprus now. New fighting breaks out in Nicosia despite cease-fire.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Kyrenia, Cyprus) Turkish armed units control this city. Destruction to Kyrenia shown. United Nations troops now in Kyrenia.
REPORTER: John Palmer


(Studio) In Spain, leader Franco fully recovered from phlebitis and may leave hosp. at any time. Franco may take 2-mo. vacation.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

5:52:10 AID TO ED. BILL

(Studio) Senate passes aid to education bill; details given.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Montgomery, George;
Palmer, John

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