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India / Clinton Visit / Nuclear Weapons / Interview #191194

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 21, 2000
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(New Delhi: Peter Jennings) News of a massacre in the territory of Kashmir, which is claimed by both India and Pakistan, reported; scenes shown bodies and of weeping relatives.

(New Delhi: John Cochran) The reception in India for the visiting President Clinton featured; scenes shown of anti-US protests in New Delhi. [CLINTON - says the violence must end.] [Indian OFFICIAL - reads statement.]

(New Delhi: Peter Jennings) Interview held with the president. [CLINTON - says the United States does have a role in trying to avert a larger conflict in the India-Pakistan region, but cannot have a direct role in the Kashmir dispute; comments on the two nations' view of having nuclear weapons; talks about his coming meeting with Syrian President Hafez al-Assad about Middle East peace.]

Cochran, John;
Jennings, Peter

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