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Morocco / Spanish Sahara / Algeria / Spain #480448

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 02, 1975
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(Studio) Prince Juan Carlos flies to Spanish Sahara. Tells soldiers that Spain still wants to settle dispute without fighting, but will fight if it has to. Morocco's King Hassan and government move to Agadir to be closer to border. United Nations Security Council meets with regard to Moroccan march to Sahara.
REPORTER: Tom Snyder

(NYC) Council urges all involved to avoid actions to increase tensions. Spain's ambassador says Spain will use force to stop march. Algeria ambassador says Algeria will stop march if council does nothing. Morocco ambassador says his country preserving her territorial rights.
REPORTER: Mary Alice Williams

(Studio) Rptd. some Moroccan troops crossed border into Sahara facing Algeria.
REPORTER: Tom Snyder

Snyder, Tom;
Williams, Mary Alice

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