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El Salvador #508669

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 06, 1980
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(Studio) President Carter's sending of team to investigate murder of 4 American women in El Salvador stated. Bodies of 2 of slain said sent home today.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(El Salvador) Services for 4 Victims, Dorothy Kazel, Jean Donovan, Ida Ford and Maura Clarke shown. [Ambassador Robert WHITE - says United States will expect certain standards of conduct from its foreign partners.]
REPORTER: Phil Bremen

(DC) State Department belief that nuns were not murdered by El Salvador government forces, but by an extreme right-wing group given. President Commission said not only investigating killings but assessing strength of 5 member junta now ruling El Salvador. Reasons for cut in United States aid to El Salvador examined.
REPORTER: Rebecca Sobel

Reporter(s):
Bremen, Phil;
Savitch, Jessica;
Sobel, Rebecca
Duration:
00:03:10

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