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Cyprus / Greek Government #478186

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 11, 1974
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(Studio) Fighting conts. on Cyprus. At Geneva peace talks, Greek foreign minister says Greek-Cypriot soldiers to begin pulling out of Turkish enclaves on is. Mtg. of top Greek leaders held in Athens about Cyprus. New Greek civilian government 3 weeks old.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(Athens, Greece) Conservative Prime Min. Constantine Caramanlis bent on taking Greece back to democrat Some fear change back to military government Martial law remains, but people can talk political without being arrested. Press free and government broadcasting liberalized. [Newspaper editor Louis DANOS - says feels absolutely free.] Composer shown at piano. He's now free to perform publicly and 1,000s exiles like him now free to come home again. Composer says Greece free, but another military coup could shatter it. Many want military punished for cruel, police-state tactics.
REPORTER: George Montgomery

Reporter(s):
Kalber, Floyd;
Montgomery, George
Duration:
00:03:20

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