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South Africa #491007

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 21, 1977
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(Studio) Protests against South Africa's crackdown on blacks and other mins. increase US ambassador William Bowdler called home. United States government expected to find other ways of expressing displeasure.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Pretoria, South Africa) Bowdler opens art exhibit. (Film shown.) John Vorster government hits United States criticism. [VORSTER - says United States policy review is irrelevant; dislikes Carter admin's. interference.] Vorster government thought to believe serious rift with United States would be popular in South Africa.
REPORTER: Tom Ackerman

(Studio) Special meeting of United Nations Security Council called for Monday at request of Tunisia; to deal with South African repression. Congress Black Caucus seeks econ. sanctions against South Africa.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Ackerman, Tom;
Chancellor, John

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