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Nicaragua #522340

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 11, 1982
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(Studio) Nicaragua's agriculture minister reported accusing CIA of trying to destabilize government
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Managua, Nicaragua) Reaction here to Secretary of State Alexander Haig's claim of Cuban interference examined; Commandante Jaime Wheelock's reaction quoted. [Newspaper editor Carlos CHAMORRO - comments.] Presence of West German delegation and commitment to incrd. aid to Nicaragua noted. [W. German economy minister Rainer OFFERGELD - (thru translator) is concerned over nation's development] German perspective on situation compared to that of the United States.
REPORTER: Robin Lloyd

Chancellor, John;
Lloyd, Robin

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