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Chicago, Illinois / NATO Summit / Afghanistan / Protests #1022450

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 20, 2012
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Bill Plante) President Obama's summit with the NATO alliance about the long war in Afghanistan featured; scenes shown of Obama with his fellow leaders; details given about what the allies want to do and about the war's cost in a time of global austerity. [OBAMA - says we will complete this mission; notes there will be hard days ahead, but we are on the right track.] [NATO Secretary General Anders Gogh RASMUSSEN††- promises to stay committed to the operation.] [Afghanistan's President Hamid KARZAI - talks about the allies' role.]

(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The demonstrations in Chicago against the NATO meeting featured; scenes shown of the protesters with police; details given of the arrest last week of three conspiring terrorists and an Anonymous cyber attack on Chicago's Website. [Protester Jeri SPARKS†- comments.] [Police supt. Garry McCARTHY†- comments on safety at the protests.]

Glor, Jeff;
Plante, Bill;
Reynolds, Dean

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