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Beijing, China / Student Protests #327267

CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 04, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Beijing, China, PR: John Sheahan) Student pro-demo. marches reported continue in Beijing, China; details given, scenes shown. Students noted commemorating China's first pro-demo. movement; historic scenes shown. [1919 protester BIN Shin - comments on results of that movement] [STUDENT - says students won't stop struggle until democrat and liberty are achieved.]

(Beijing, China: Bob Simon) Students shown inviting journalists to join demonstration; details given of Chinese journalists' frustration at not being able to report on protest marches. [REPORTERS. - comment on censorship.] [Journalist HUA Yenzhang - (thru translator) says his report with regard to protest last month was never publisher]

Rather, Dan;
Sheahan, John;
Simon, Bob

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