NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 31, 1979
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(Studio) Reports with regard to Amnesty International's chgs. that prisoners held in United States because of beliefs; mutual defense treaty concld. in Damascus between Syria and Iraq against Israel; North Korean news agency's report that Communist government there wants to begin reunification talks with South Korea; Senator Howard Baker's formal notification of Federal Election Commission of his possible candidacy for president in 1980; and textile mill fire in Concord, North Carolina.
REPORTER: John Chancellor (WRET-TV newstape, Charlotte, North Carolina)
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