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Clinton / Haiti and Cuba / Refugees #601563

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 30, 1994
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Report introduced.

(Martha's Vineyard: Jim Miklaszewski) Two foreign policy problems for vacationing President Clinton reviewed; scenes shown from Haiti of funeral services for slain Catholic priest Jean-Marie Vincent, who had been loyal to exiled President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. [Deputy Secretary of State Strobe TALBOTT - hopes the dictators will get the message.] [Secretary General Boutros BOUTROS-GHALI - admits talks have been unsuccessful.] Clinton shown golfing on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. The prospects for an immigration deal between Cuba and the United States to settle the refugee problem noted.

(Studio: Stone Phillips) Report introduced.

(Cojimar: Mary Murray) The background to the coming US-Cuba talks to deal with the refugee flow unleashed by Fidel Castro featured; scenes shown of rafters leaving from the beaches of Cojimar, Cuba. [Cuban negotiator Ricardo ALARCON - lists the issues.]

Miklaszewski, Jim;
Murray, Mary;
Phillips, Stone

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