NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 14, 1982
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(Studio) Cease-fire reported in Falkland Island dispute as surrender terms are worked out; details given. British advance against Port Stanley described.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(London, England) [In Parliament, Prime Min. Margaret THATCHER - notes General Jeremy Moore's decision to press forward and Argentine response; notes talks in progress between deputy commander Waters and General Menendez.] [Voice of reporter Kim SABIDO - describes start of British drive on Stanley.] Burial of British casualties shown.
REPORTER: Robert Hager
(Buenos Aires, Argentina) [Voice of government ANNOUNCER - acknowledges cease-fire.] Argentine government's preparation of public for fall of Stanley examined; foreign minister Nicanor Costa Mendez quoted. [Air Force General Basilio LAMI DOZO - denies British have dictated surrender terms.] Probable semantics used to describe rout explained.
REPORTER: George Lewis
(Studio) President Reagan's press secretary noted commenting on news; Vice President George Bush reported commenting. Details given. ("Press Secretary", Sic.)
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(Studio) Commentary concerns United States-British relations in Falkland crisis and implications of that situation as well as Israeli invasion of Lebanon for United States foreign influence.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Studio) Estimated dead and;wounded from Falklands noted: special report tonight announced.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
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