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Nicaragua / Peace Plans #553991

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 06, 1987
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Managua, Nicaragua: Ed Rabel) Nicaraguan President Dan. Ortega's requesting anti-Sandinista Cardinal Miguel Obando y Bravo to mediate peace talks announced; details given, scenes shown. [For. minister Alejandro BENDANA - discusses cease-fire.] Contra leaders accepting idea of peace plans noted. [Contra leader Adolfo CALERO - comment lost due to audio difficulty.] [Opposition leader Ramiro GURDIAN - comments on talks being positive step toward peace.] Reaction in Washington, DC noted. [Senator John McCAIN - discusses Ortega's need to prove himself reliable.] [BENDANA - discusses calling Reagan's bluff on peace plan.] Ortega's plans to travel to Washington, DC for meeting noted.

Brokaw, Tom;
Rabel, Ed

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