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Pope / England Visit / Falkland Conflict #78358

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 28, 1982
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(Studio) Pope John Paul II, arriving here today, noted calling for peace between Great Britain and Argentina in Falkland conflict.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(London, England) Historical antipathy between British Protestants and Catholics recalled. [POPE - hopes for peaceful solution in Falkland Island] Sec. surrounding his visit, include 1st arrests of anti-papal demonstrations reported [POPE - notes historical significance of his visit.] His visit with Queen Elizabeth II noted in light of Queen Elizabeth I's edict against Catholics; implications of visit in with regard to Falkland war considered.
REPORTER: Bill Blakemore

(Studio) Item recapped at end of broadcast

Blakemore, Bill;
Jennings, Peter

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