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Nightline #656942

ABC Special for Wednesday, Nov 02, 1983

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  • ABC "Nightline" re: Cuba and United States invasion of Grenada, pending withdrawal of US troops, United Nations vote regarding Grenada, Cubans in Grenada, wounded Cubans arrive in Cuba, Cuban foreign policy, Cuba and Jamaica relations, Greyhound bus driver strike.
  • Reporters: Ted Koppel, Hilary Brown, Jed Duvall, Barry Serafin, Bill Redeker, Rebecca Chase.
  • Live discussion with Jeane Kirkpatrick, Ramon Sanchez-Parodi, Richard Feinberg, Jose Sorzano.
  • Excerpts of statements by Jeane Kirkpatrick, Yehuda Blum, Giovanni Iannuzzi, Kenneth Barnes, Julian Torres Rizo, Gaston Diaz, Guy Farmer, Ronald Reagan, William Leogrande, Edward Seaga, John Teets, Harry Rosenblum.
  • Reporter(s):
    Brown, Hilary;
    Duvall, Jed;
    Serafin, Barry;
    Redeker, Bill;
    Chase, Rebecca

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