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Reporter's Notebook (2000 in Review) #190370

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 31, 2000
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) A look back at the year 2000 by ABC reporters presented; scenes shown of the presidential election, the violence in the Middle East, the coffins of victims of the bombing of the USS Cole in Yemen, the forest fires in the West, the story of six-year-old Cuban refugee Elian Gonzalez, the spread of AIDS in Africa. [John YANG - describes the fast-changing election.] [Gillian FINDLAY - describes the sadness of the fighting in the Middle East.] [John MILLER - describes the death of young sailors on the Cole.] [Barry SERAFIN - describes the forest fires.] [Ron CLAIBORNE - cites the religious overtones to Elian's story in Florida.] [Jim WOOTEN - cites the impact of AIDS on Africa.] The official start of the Third Millennium noted.

Simpson, Carole

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