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Nicaragua Summit #570526

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 05, 1989
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(Studio: Maria Shriver) Report introduced.

(Tela, Honduras: John Siceloff) Mtg. in Honduras of five Central American presidents to discuss plan to disband US-backed Contra rebels in Nicaragua featured; scenes shown from summit and of Contras in camps in Honduras. Honduran President Jose Azcona said wanting Contras out of country as soon as possible. [State Department spokesperson Richard BOUCHER - discusses timetable for Contra repatriation.] Nicaraguan President Dan. Ortega noted agreeing to free elecs. in return for disbanding of Contras. [Contra leader Adolfo CALERO - says we don't trust Sandinistas.]

Shriver, Maria;
Siceloff, John

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