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ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 05, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Beijing: Ann Compton) Speech from First Lady Hillary Clinton at the UN's World Conference on Women in which she attacked China's human rights abuses presented. [CLINTON - decries the treatment of girl babies and the denial of freedoms.] That this is Hillary's first venture into foreign affairs noted.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Beijing: Jim Laurie) The life in China for orphaned girls featured; scenes shown from orphanages of the results of the one- child-per-family decree. [China analyst professor Stephen MOSHER - says the Chinese want the one child to be a boy.] ["The Dying Rooms" filmmaker Kate BLUETT - says all the orphans were girls.] China's eay adoption policy noted. [Adoptive parent Elliott ROTH - comments.]

Compton, Ann;
Jennings, Peter;
Laurie, Jim

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