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Chicago, Illinois / NATO Summit #1023286

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 21, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Chicago: John Yang) The situation in downtown Chicago during the NATO summit featured; scenes shown of yesterday’s clash between police and protestors, the peaceful march today on Boeing headquarters; details given about the suggestion for most workers to stay home. [Police superintendent Garry McCARTHY†- praises his officers.] [President OBAMA – says no one would let him go home.]

(Chicago: Chuck Todd) The proceedings at the summit reviewed; details given about agreements on the Afghanistan war and the lack of a resolution on the supply line from Pakistan; photo shown of Obama with Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari††. [OBAMA – praises Mayor Rahm Emanuel.] [NATO Anders Fogh RASMUSSEN†- outlines the NATO role in Afghanistan.] Obama’s trip to Joplin, Missouri noted.

Williams, Brian;
Yang, John;
Todd, Chuck

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