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Japan / Okinawa / United States Troops #193323

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 15, 2000
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Okinawa, Japan: Bill Redeker) The reaction in Okinawa, Japan, to the US troops stationed there featured; details given of the latest two incidents in which Americans molested a girl and had a hit and run traffic accident; scenes shown from today's anti-American rally. [Former Okinawa governor Masahide OTA - says Okinawa is part of a sovereign country.] [United States Marine Corps commanding officer Lieutenant General Earl HAILSTON - apologizes to the Okinawan people.] [US SOLDIER - comments.] Anger against the United States military presence in South Korea, Puerto Rico and Italy reviewed.

Brown, Aaron;
Redeker, Bill

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