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US-Nicaragua Relations #92838

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 25, 1985
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REPORTER: George Will

(Studio) Restrictions placed on Nicaraguan President Dan. Ortega while in NYC for United Nations anniversary events described.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(NYC) Ortega's media appearances despite travel restrictions examined. [Courtesy Donahue/Multimedia, ORTEGA - (thru translator) defs. suspension of civil rights in Nicaragua.] [Town meeting PARTICIPANT - praises Ortega.] President Reagan's encounter with Ortega at reception described, shown. [June 5, REAGAN - refers to Ortega as "little dictator in green fatigues."] Ortega's United Nations visit compared to that of Fidel Castro in 1960; file footage shown.
REPORTER: Jack Smith

Jennings, Peter;
Smith, Jack;
Will, George

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