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Panama / Noriega / Negotiations #566587

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 28, 1989
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(Studio: Deborah Norville) United States and Vatican officials reported continue to negotiate future of ousted Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega. Report introduced.

(Panama City, Panama: Don Oliver) Panamanians' response to Vatican's protection of Noriega examined; details given, scenes shown from Panama City, Panama. [WOMAN - (thru translator) renounces Noriega.] New Panamanian government reported urging Vatican to allow United States troops to arrest Noriega. [Archbishop Marcos McGRATH - comments on Noriega.] [US ambassador Arthur DAVIS - comments on Panama's crippled economy] New Vice President Ricardo Arias Calderon shown celebrating opening of Panama's banks. United States noted now paying for its use of Panama Canal.

Norville, Deborah;
Oliver, Don

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