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Honduras / Granadero I #90665

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 07, 1984
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(Studio) Granadero I, joint military exercise involving US, Honduras and El Salvador along Honduran-Nicaraguan border, said ending.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Jamastran, Honduras) Indications of tension in US-Honduran relations over mismanagement of CIA's handling of its war against Nicaragua examined; Secretary of State George Shultz's recent trip to Nicaragua mentioned. Honduran investigation said revealing fraud, corruption and poor planning in top ranks of CIA's guerrilla forces, allegedly tolerated by CIA station chief here; Honduras mentioned successful in getting CIA chief removed. Honduran armed forces chief said suggesting that limited United States aid received by government may not be worth the risks; details given.
REPORTER: Peter Collins

Collins, Peter;
Jennings, Peter

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