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Cuba-US Relations / Refugees #601740

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 10, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Cojimar: Mary Murray) The reaction of Cubans to the immigration policy deal struck between the United States and Cuba featured; scenes shown of rafters leaving from the beach. The opposition to the latest US sanctions against Cuba noted. [Cubans Mirta MUNIZ, Sonia BAEZ - react to the agreement and the situation in Cuba.]

(Miami: Noah Nelson) The fate of refugees who leave Cuba featured; scenes shown from Miami, where relatives wait for news and the refugee camps at Guantanamo Bay. [In Miami, Alberto and Zezul RACIO - look for a relative's name on a list.] [US Marines joint task force commander Brigadier General Michael WILLIAMS - comments.]

Murray, Mary;
Nelson, Noah;
Williams, Brian

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