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Cuba-US Relations / Refugees / Embargo #601898

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 02, 1994
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Report introduced.

(Havana: Ed Rabel) Cuba's aim of getting the 32-year-old US embargo lifted featured; scenes shown to illustrate the economic conditions inside Cuba resulting in part from sanctions. [Cuban WOMAN - (thru translator) comments.] [Foreign investment vice minister Raul TALADRID, Plaza health clinic director Comse ORDONEZ - complain about being hurt by the sanctions.] The possible benefits to both countries if the sanctions are lifted detailed. [Center for International Policy Wayne SMITH - comments.]

(Studio: Stone Phillips) The number of refugees picked up by the Coast Guard recounted.

(Miami: Noah Nelson) The dilemma for Cuban-Americans about how to react to the growing tensions in the Cuban refugees camps at Guantanamo Bay featured; scenes shown from the camps and from Miami. [Representative Ileana ROS-LEHTINEN - says the situation must be defused.] [Miami residents Pat LUNA, Eddie LOPEZ, Odelia DIAZ, Miami city manager Cesare ODIO - express concerns about the plight of the refugees.]

Nelson, Noah;
Phillips, Stone;
Rabel, Ed

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