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King of Morocco Interview #58160

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 22, 1979
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(Studio) Shah of Iran's visit 1st in Egypt after leaving his country and later trip to Morocco noted. Interview with King of Morocco, Hassan II, shown.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(No location given) [HASSAN - discusses: changes in power balance in Mideast; idea that President Carter's human rights campaign helped in Shah's downfall; view that United States is still in aftermath of Vietnam war and can't make distinction between intervention and help to its allies and how this can be done.] Hassan's comments on spreading Soviet influence in area and his concerns about future and on Shah's presence in Morocco given. [HASSAN - comments on Shah's situation.]
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

Reporter(s):
Reynolds, Frank;
Walters, Barbara
Duration:
00:03:40

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