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Canada / Economic Summit #321798

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 19, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(Toronto, Canada: Bill Plante) Concern over security worries at President Reagan's last economy summit conference here reported; scenes shown. [Toronto police spokesperson Bernard NADEAU - describes tight security.] Detention of suspected IRA member noted. [NADEAU - says concern is with terrorism.] Protest demonstration shown. (NOTE: audio problems from 5:24:00 to 5:24:50.) Possibility that United States dealings with Panamanian strongman Manuel Noriega may overshadow summit reported [In response to question whether something is going on, President REAGAN - says "could be."] Reagan's final chance to claim success for his economy policies noted.

Plante, Bill;
Spencer, Susan

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