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South Korea / Elec. #313869

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 15, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Scenes shown of president election voting in Seoul, South Korea; details given of expected violence. Report introduced.

(Seoul, South Korea: Barry Petersen) Impact of South Koreans voting in pres. elecs. discussed. [Pol. analyst Edward POITRAS - comments on South Koreans' desire for more democrat cntry.] Student protests reviewed; scenes shown. Govt. candidate Roh Tae Woo&Kim Dae Jung mentioned. Woman shown accused of planting bomb in South Korean plane; details given. United States troops noted stationed in South Korea. Rising anti-American sentiments discussed; scenes shown of United States flag being burned. Cands.' massive rallies shown. Elec. outcome discussed.

Petersen, Barry;
Rather, Dan

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