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El Salvador #534166

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 28, 1984
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(Studio) Contd. fighting in El Salvador, include claim of San Salvador archbishop that conflict has intensified since recent peace talks between President Jose Napoleon Duarte and guerrillas, noted.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(San Salvador, El Salvador) [DUARTE - denies guerrillas presented ceasefire proposal at recent peace talks.] Guerrillas recalled claiming they presented Duarte with peace plan. [DUARTE - conts. denial.] Archbishop Arturo Rivera y Damas, moderator of peace talks, noted calling on both sides to moderate their rhetoric; exs. given.
REPORTER: Rick Davis

Davis, Rick;
Palmer, John

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