NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 16, 1974
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(Studio) Turks, under P.M. Bulent Ecevit, say ready to resume peace talks. Greek P.m. Constantine Caramanlis says naive to talk under pressure of accomplished fact. Anti-American protests in Athens, Salonika, and Crete. Caramanlis rejects invitation to come to DC. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger says he'd go to Cyprus to hold talks, but they'd be better held in US.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
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