NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 23, 1994
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Port-au-Prince, Haiti: Jim Maceda) Patrolling of the streets of Haiti by United States military police featured; scenes shown from Port-au- Prince, Haiti. [US Army Adolphus WILLIAMS - comments.] Some refugees, now at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, said slated to return home to Haiti. [Belt merchant Jean Louis ORILIUS - (thru translator) says exiled President Jean-Bertrand Aristide needs to come back.] ["Libete" newspaper editor Jean-Yves URFIE - cites the fragility of the change.]
(Studio: Tom Brokaw) The changing in US-Haiti relations following the recent negotiations examined; Secretary of State Warren Christopher said going to meet with former President Jimmy Carter, who led the negotiations in Haiti. [Haiti negotiator Senator Sam NUNN - talks about the point of view of the wife of General Raoul Cedras.] [In recent interview, CARTER - talks about Cedras.] Further coverage of the behind-the-scenes dealing on "Dateline NBC" noted.
(White House: Andrea Mitchell) President Clinton's position on the US presence in Haiti featured; scenes shown of the president and various advisers who have had roles in Haiti policy. [CLINTON - says the military will watch the Haitian police.] [NUNN - says he asked Aristide to ask the United Nations to lift some sanctions.] The signs of disorder in the White House reviewed: rumors of conflict between Secretary of State Warren Christopher and National Security Adviser Anthony Lake and today's staff shake-up, including the fate of White House press secretary Dee Dee Myers.
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