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Cambodia / Military Developments #482226

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 15, 1975
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(Studio) In Cambodia, reports say Khmer Rouge rebels occupying Phnom Penh airport; other reports indicate government troops holding on. Press plane, chartered in Saigon, flies over city.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Phnom Penh, Cambodia) Film of Phnom Penh from air shown. Reporters say International Red Cross asked to make hotel in middle of city safe zone.
REPORTER: John Chancellor (narrates)

(Studio) United Press International recs. message from Phnom Penh today; interrupted by SOS. Reporters and cameramen still in Phnom Penh, incling. Sidney Schanberg of New York "Times." West German camera crew in capital manages to get some film out of city.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(South Vietnam) West German television film shown. Refugees fleeing from battle, move closer to Phnom Penh. City's food supplies at critical level since United States rice airlifts stopped. Rebels discourage Buddhism; among refugees are monks. Govt. casualties high.
REPORTER: Jack Reynolds (narrates)

Chancellor, John;
Reynolds, Jack

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