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Grenada / Invasion Aftermath #527826

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 04, 1983
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(Studio) Futile United States invasion of Petit Martinique, island near Grenada, reported; arrival on Grenada of congress delegation noted.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Grenada) Focus of congress delegation's visit explained. [Representative Thomas FOLEY - notes purpose of visit.] Mil. officials, thought not enthusiastic over congress visit, noted bringing on visit by censorship of media during invasion. Departure from Grenada of E. bloc diplomats and allies examined; discovery of weapons among USSR ambassador's luggage reported [State Department SPOKESPERSON - describes Soviet ambassador's response to arms discovery.]
REPORTER: Richard Valeriani

(Studio) Arrival of deported diplomats at Havana, Cuba, greeted by Fidel Castro, examined; films shown. Red Cross estimate of Cuban death toll from United States invasion of Grenada mentioned.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(DC) Documents purported to be evidence indicating Cuba's long-range plans for military presence of Grenada, released by State Department today, examined; Grenada's planned treaties with Cuba, USSR and North Korea discussed. Implications of documents for power struggle between late Grenadian Prime Min. Maurice Bishop and deputy prime minister Bernard Coard considered. Assistant Secretary of State Ken. Dam quoted on screen with regard to United States warning to Nicaraguan government
REPORTER: Fred Francis

Brokaw, Tom;
Francis, Fred;
Valeriani, Richard

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