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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, May 19, 1981
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(Studio) 1st photograph of Pope John Paul II since assassination attempt reported released; details given, photograph shown. His current status outlined.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Rome, Italy) International medical team noted examining pope; details given, photos shown. [Dr. Emilio TRESALTI - praises pontiff's recovery.] [Dr. Claude WELCH, Dr. Kevin CAHILL - comment on pope's condition.] Agostino Cardinal Casaroli reported meeting with pontiff; details given. Accused gunman Mehmet Ali Agca said deciding against killing Queen Elizabeth since she is a woman.
REPORTER: Keith Miller

Chancellor, John;
Miller, Keith

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