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China, PR / United States Rel. / Tibet #553261

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 21, 1987
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) China, PR, government issuance of complaint against United States Congress announced. Chinese occupation of Tibet said necessary. Complaint denouncing bad human rights record of United States also mentioned. Report introduced.

(Lhasa, Tibet: Ted Elbert) Video of China, PR's military force in Lhasa, Tibet, shown. History of violence there reviewed; details given, scenes shown. Inaccessibility of monastery responsible for training Dalai Lama discussed. [MONK - says some of his colleagues are still in prison and several have been killed.] Tourism said to be restrained. Buddhist's comment that no one walks by a temple without saying a prayer that Chinese leave Tibet quoted.

Brokaw, Tom;
Elbert, Ted

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