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US-Vietnam Relations / Vietnam Wives and Children Release #55541

ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 07, 1978
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(Studio) Arrival in Bangkok, Thailand, of American delegation coming from visit to Vietnam and bringing with them Vietnam wives and children of Americans reported.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Bangkok, Thailand) Details given about Senator refugee subcommittee efforts to obtain release of these wives and children. Case of Bob Bailye, at home in Portland, OR, when Saigon fell and unable to get back to wife Kim and son Michael, noted. Women's reports about life in Vietnam after war outlined. [US delegation leader Jerry TINKER - says Vietnam is anxious for normalization and reconciliation and sees solution to humanitarian problems touching lives in United States and Vietnam as part of reconciliation process.]
REPORTER: Jim Laurie

Laurie, Jim;
Reynolds, Frank

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