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Vietnam / Peace Talks / Action / Nui Coto #594

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 20, 1968
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(Studio) Rptd. South Vietnam President Nguyen Van Thieu agrees in principle to expanded peace talks. Thieu proposes 2 sided talks with South Vietnam leading allied side and North Vietnam the Communist side. North Vietnam attack United States 1st division infantrymen North of Saigon. 12 enemy and 1 American killed. 12 hurt. Allies assault Mt. Nui Coto.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Landing Zone Emerald, South Vietnam) Same battalion took Nui Coto for 100 days in July. Area mined after South Vietnam left 1st time. Assaults made on Viet Cong positions. Riflemen to clean out Viet Cong caves. Operation named "Decisive Victory".

Baker, Don;
Reynolds, Frank

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