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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 13, 1979
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(Studio) Fidel Castro said still at Cuban Mission in New York City following his speech on behalf of nonaligned nations at UN.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(NYC) Anti-Castro demonstrators shown. Mtgs. with Ramsey Clark, Congress Charles Rangel, and Ronald Dellums rptd [DELLUMS - describes talks with Castro.] Castro said expected to meet with 3 Puerto Rico ntlists. freed by President Carter. Yasir Arafat mentioned.
REPORTER: Gerald Harrington

(Studio) Report with regard to buffet dinner at Cuban Mission introduced
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(NYC) Party shown and described. [UN General Assembly President SALIM - describes speech of Castro.] [Secretary General Kurt WALDHEIM - comments on speech.] [CASTRO - (thru translator) comments on his speech.]
REPORTER: Jon Alpert

Reporter(s):
Alpert, Jon;
Harrington, Gerald;
Savitch, Jessica
Duration:
00:03:40

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