NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 27, 1983
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(Studio) Sunday noted 25th anniversary of Fidel Castro's revolution in Cuba.
REPORTER: John Palmer
(Havana, Cuba) Cuba under Castro examined; Castro's perception of Cuba's role in world revolution discussed. Pol. implications for him of recent Grenada incident recalled; Castro's policy in Nicaragua examined in detail. [Namibian student in Cuba, Erica BOEWE - praises her education] Extent of Cuban military and education presence in Third World ntns. outlined. [Deputy minister of foreign affairs, Ricardo ALARCON - (thru translator) believes Castro's approach guarantees Cuban ideals enduring.] United States efforts against Castro reviewed and Castro's reaction discussed. Incident illustrating Castro's commitment to Cuban revolution detailed.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
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