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Romania / Ceausescu Execution / Fighting #566533

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 25, 1989
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(Studio: John Cochran) Report introduced.

(Bucharest, Romania: Arthur Kent) Announcement from Romania that Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife have been executed and continuation of fighting in Bucharest, Romania, featured; scenes shown from Romanian television member of national salvation council singing Christmas carol that had been banned for forty years. [WOMAN - comments about Ceausescu's death.] Battles around television studio bldgs. described, shown. [Two new SOLDIERS - comment.] Atmosphere in city streets detailed.

(Studio: John Cochran) Response from President Bush's administration about Ceausescu's trial and execution reported Recognition of new government by both United States and USSR reported

Reporter(s):
Cochran, John;
Kent, Arthur
Duration:
00:03:40

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