NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 11, 1975
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(Studio) In Lisbon, Portugal, right-wing Portuguese military rebels bomb artillery barracks. Rebellion put down by forces loyal to left-wing military government Portuguese chief of security forces hints United States involved in attempted coup, and says American ambassador should leave country after what's happened. Former President Antonio de Spinola led revolt and later fled into Spain after coup attempt failed. Portuguese film shown. Govt. has Portuguese situation under tight control.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
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