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Vietnam-US Relations / MIAs / Documents and Recognition / Griffithigh School Interview #583757

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 24, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) The issue of whether relations between the United States and Vietnam should be normalized noted.

(Washington: Odetta Rogers) The data on American MIAs that has just been received from Vietnam examined; photograph shown of Senator John McCain when he was a POW. [McCAIN, Vietnamese ambassador to the United Nations TRINH Xuan Lang - talk about the archival documents.] [MIA's daughter Beverly POGREBA - comments on the data.] Vietnam noted seeking badly needed United States aid and to be able to do business with American companies once relations are normalized.

(Studio: Garrick Utley) Interview held with the head of the National League of Families. [Ann Mills GRIFFIThigh school - talks about the documents provided by the government in Hanoi; supports President Bush's "road map" policy; lists what Hanoi must do next.]

Rogers, Odetta;
Utley, Garrick

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