NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 03, 1985
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(Studio) Fidel Castro's overtures to United States in "WA Post" interview quoted.
REPORTER: John Palmer
(DC) Indications of Castro's desire to improve US-Cuba relations examined; his release today of 2 Jewish Cuban teenagers cited as example [Representative Mickey LELAND - thinks Castro is making extraordinary effort to establish better relations] Recent ouster of hard-line anti-US cabinet member Antonio Perez Herrero recalled. Castro's pressure on Nicaragua to halt all aid to Salvadoran guerrillas discussed. [Assistant secretary state Langhorne MOTLEY - dismisses Castro's sincerity.] [Former United States interest head Wayne SMITH - disagrees.] Admin.'s stance on improved US-Cuban relations outlined.
REPORTER: Robin Lloyd
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