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Turkey / Cyprus Peace Talks #477943

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 28, 1974
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(Studio) Turkey threatens to walk out of Geneva peace conference and hints fighting on Cyprus may be renewed. Turkey wants right to keep troops on Cyprus; Greece disagrees. USSR to send special envoy to Geneva to observe Cyprus peace talks. Turkey proposes meeting between Turkish and Greek foreign mins. to help end crisis. There was report of massacre of Turkish civilians by Greek military
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(Aliminos, Cyprus) Old men in Aliminos describe massacre for press. English-spking. Turk verifies massacre.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Studio) United Nations spokesperson stresses Turkish Cypriots could have been killed during fighting on Cyprus.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

Kalber, Floyd;
Palmer, John

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