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Briefly: South Africa / Radiation / Terrorism / Football / Sakharov #498048

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 24, 1978
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(Studio) Reports with regard to unnamed man's comments on Carter administration policy toward South Africa; increase in radiation levels in Denver and Cheyenne because of clouds carrying radiation from recent nuclear explosion in China (PR); USSR dissident Andrei Sakharov's statement with regard to warning of prosecution for further protests; Red Brigade's claim of responsibility for shooting of former mayor in Turin, Italy; arrest in Paris of several suspects in kidnapping of Baron Empain; and Buffalo Bills pro football team trade of running back O.J. Simpson to San Francisco 49'ers. [1st part of report is cut off.]
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John
Duration:
00:01:10

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