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E. Germany / Berlin Wall #119435

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 10, 1989
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(W. Berlin: Peter Jennings) Opening of borders in East Germany featured; scenes shown of E. Germans crossing border and of E. and West Germans sitting on the Berlin Wall. [In response to anchor's questions, border GUARD, two young GERMANS - talk about historic events.] [At Checkpoint Charlie, E. GERMAN - (thru translator) says he has been waiting 28 years]

(W. Berlin: Don Kladstrup) West German response to news that part of wall will be torn down to make more border crossings featured. [W. German Chancellor Helmut KOHL - (thru translator) says we are one nation] [Former chancellor Willy BRANDT -(thru translator) says "tear the wall down."] Scenes shown from Berlin Wall. [WOMAN - comments on the wall.]

(W. Berlin: Peter Jennings) Changes in E. German pols. reported; E. German leader Egon Krenz noted calling for free elecs.

Jennings, Peter;
Kladstrup, Don

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