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Nicaragua / USSR Planes #534781

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 07, 1984
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(Studio) Reagan administration's claim that Nicaragua is possibly receive fighter planes from USSR noted.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Managua, Nicaragua) Arrival of Soviet cargo ships, contents unknown and Nicaragua's claims of United States violations of territorial waters and airspace examined; films shown. [For. minister Miguel D'ESCOTO - believes Reagan will invade.] Status of airstrip currently under construction and Reagan administration `s possible use of it as excuse to invade considered.
REPORTER: Mike Boettcher

(Studio) [Senator Dan. Patrick MOYNIHAN - discusses administration's attitude toward Nicaraguan arms relationship with USSR , political implications of situation, United States response if Soviet planes are detected in Nicaragua.]
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

Boettcher, Mike;
Brokaw, Tom

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