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Iran / Hostages #63756

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 28, 1980
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(Studio) President Carter said meeting with Algerian intermediaries with regard to hostage negotiations.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(DC) State Department decision to release details of their proposal to Iran said result of leaks made by Iranian Prime Min. Mohammed Ali Rajai. Algerian diplomats said at Camp David meeting with President Carter. (Deputy Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - comments with regard to negotiations.]
REPORTER: Jack Smith

(Los Angeles, California) [Ronald REAGAN - say he won't pay ransom for people kidnapped by barbarians.] [CBS "Face The Nation" Edwin MEESE - says it would be to Iranian advantage to return hostages before Reagan administration takes office.]
REPORTER: Susan King

(Studio) Warning to Iran by national security advsr. Zbigniew Brzezinski re: consequences if hostages are either put on trial or harmed said made on NBC "Meet The Press."
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

Donaldson, Sam;
King, Susan;
Smith, Jack

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