NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 22, 1975
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(Studio) Rptdly., Russians establish new beachhead in Mid. E. of great potential importance - Libya. Socialists stage anti-Communist demonstrations in Portugal. Lebanese government manages to end fighting between Lebanese rightists and Palestinian guerrillas. Rhodesia expelled from Olympic Movement because of racial discrimination. Train derails in Morocco. In Tokyo, Japan, former Prime Min. Sato operated on in restaurant where he suffered stroke days ago.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
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