NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 04, 1989
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Status of withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan noted. Report introduced.
(London, England: Rick Davis) Future of Afghanistan after pullout featured; details given of Soviet ambassador to Afghanistan Yuli Vorontsov's efforts to prevent rebel attack immediately after withdrawal; scenes shown from Iranian television and from road out of Kabul. Last Soviet troops in Kabul shown. [After leaving capital city, British charge d'affaires Ian MACKLEY - says Kabul will soon be more dangerous.] [BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) journalist Philip HAY - says people are starving.] Questions about Afghan army noted; army general quoted.
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