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Briefly: Humphrey / Carlucci / Russian Flu / India and Nuclear Tests #491881

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 22, 1977
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(Studio) Reports with regard to Senator Hubert Humphrey's flight to Minnesota aboard Vice President Mondale's plane; announcement from Plains that President Carter has apptd. ambassador to Portugal, Frank Carlucci, to be 2nd in command at CIA; CDC (Centers for Disease Control) announcement with regard to medics' checks at airports to catch cases of Russian flu, which will affect 39 million people in USSR this winter; statement of India Prime Min. Morarji Desai that his country won't make, test or explode nuclear weapons.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John

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