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US-USSR Relations / Daniloff-Zakharov Deal #552481

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 30, 1986
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(NYC: Richard Valeriani) USSR dissident Yuri Orlov, who with wife will be allowed to come to United States as part of US-USSR deal for releases of Nicholas Daniloff and Gennady Zakharov, profiled; scenes shown. [Irina ORLOV - (thru translator) reacts to news.] His apparent life in exile in Siberia described; photos shown. [Helsinki Watch Committee spokesperson Susan OSNOS - cites Orlov's health problems.] [Nobel Prize winner George WALD - describes conversation with Mikhail Gorbachev about Orlov.] [Anatoly SHCHARANSKY - looks forward to seeing Orlov.] [Irina ORLOV -(thru translator) thinks husband may not approve of terms of his release.] Cornell Univ. mentioned offering Orlov teaching post.

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Valeriani, Richard
Duration:
00:02:20

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