ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 21, 1984
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(Studio) Efforts of Philippines government, include radio broadcast by Imelda Marcos, to deny speculation that Ferdinand Marcos is seriously ill reported.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings
(Manila, Philippines) Question of Marcos' health examined; films shown. [Former information minister Francisco TATAD - describes Marcos' worsening kidney problems.] Marcos' meeting last week with Senator Christopher Dodd said last time any outsider saw him alive; concern over possibility of shadow government controlling Philippines discussed. Speaker Nicanos Anigus, designated by law to head interim government, said concerned; details given.
REPORTER: Mark Litke
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