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United Nations / World Summit For Children #334857

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 30, 1990
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(UN: Bob McKeown) United Nations World Summit for Children featured; scenes shown. [Canadian Prime Minister Brian MULRONEY - makes speech about children's problems.] [Brazilian President Fernando COLLOR de Mello - (thru translator), Nigerian Prime Minister Augustus AIKHOMU - praise their programs.] [Zimbabwe President Robert MUGABE - says if apartheid in South Africa is removed, there will be better conditions.] [President BUSH - makes speech about death of children.] [Children's Defense Fund president Marian Wright EDELMAN - comments on Bush's refusal to sign declaration.]

Chung, Connie;
McKeown, Bob

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