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Colombia / Drug Violence #570260

NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 21, 1989
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(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Report introduced.

(Kennebunkport, ME: John Cochran) United States reported not providing military aid to help Colombia fight drug war unless invited. [White House chief of staff John SUNUNU - comments.] Ronald Reagan recalled sending troops to Bolivia; scenes shown. [On "Today", Senator Joseph BIDEN - urges President Bush to send police divisions to Colombia.] [Colombian Organization of American States ambassador Leopoldo VILLAS BORDA - comments on situation.] Bush's drug package reported including aid to Colombia, Bolivia and Peru. [Drug policy specialist Joseph CUELLAR - comments.] Organization of American States statement quoted with regard to Colombian situation.

Cochran, John;
Williams, Mary Alice

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