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Falkland Conflict #524454

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 05, 1982
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(Studio) President Reagan reported not informed immediately of failure of United States to change its vote in United Nations Sec. Council
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Versailles, France) Econ. summit here mentioned; flap at United Nations vote on resolution calling for ceasefire in Falkland War explained. [United States ambassador Jeane KIRKPATRICK - announces intended vote.] British reaction to vote switch noted. [REAGAN - comments on situation.] [Secretary of State Alexander HAIG - plays down significance of event.] Haig said held responsible; details given.
REPORTER: Judy Woodruff

(Studio) Lull in Falkland war reported.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(London, England) Commander Jeremy Moore's refusal to rush into invasion of Port Stanley examined. [Voice of reporter Jeremy HANDS - questions Argentine determination.] [Voice of BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) reporter Robert FOX - describes scene around city.] Photos shown. Captured Argentine commander Alfredo Astiz reported imprisoned in England.
REPORTER: Robert Hager

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Havana, Cuba) New Argentine-Cuban relations examined; foreign minister Nicanor Costa Mendez include in report [Fidel CASTRO - (thru translator) supports Argentina.] Possible motive in Castro's support of Argentina considered.
REPORTER: Robin Lloyd

Hager, Robert;
Lloyd, Robin;
Savitch, Jessica;
Woodruff, Judy

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