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Ethiopia / Famine / Resettlement #553574

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 01, 1987
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Jarso, Ethiopia: Peter Kent) Another famine in Ethiopia reported; details given, scenes shown. Suspension in 1984 of Ethiopian government's resettlement program noted. Resettlement and then virtual abandonment of people from refugee camps in Korem, Ethiopia, described; scenes shown. [US diplomat James CHEEK - says people were resettled at time food needed to be distributed.] Resettlement of one family outlined; scenes shown. Problems noted to be communist indoctrination and health problems. [Maluyae MOLA - (thru translator) says new place is better.] Restarting of new voluntary resettlement program by government announced.

Reporter(s):
Kent, Peter;
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:03:30

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