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Christmas / The World / Queens Lights / American Christmas #1105531

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 25, 2016
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(Studio: DeMarco Morgan) Report introduced.

(New York: Tony Dokoupii) Christmas around the world featured; scenes shown from the Vatican, Syria, troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Australia, India, Hannukkah, Queen Elizabeth, the Obamas in Hawaii & Christmas lights at Kevin Lynch's house in Queens, New York. [LYNCH, three VIEWERS, Tunisia SANDY - talk lights.]

(Studio: DeMarco Morgan) Report introduced.

(New York: Michelle Miller) The light show at Saks Fifth Avenue store & the city's decorations from American Christmas featured; scenes shown from Manhattan. [American Christmas Brent SCHWAM‡- shows the factory & buildings he decorates.] [Saks Fifth Avenue president Mark METRICK‡, two PEOPLE - talk about American Christmas.]

Morgan, DeMarco;
Dokoupii, Tony;
Miller, Michelle

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