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News Summary: USSR , Russia, Yugoslavia, Smith Rape Trial, Haitian Refugees, California Gray Whales #335935

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 18, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Finance officials from the Group of Seven industrial democracies reported talking with Soviet leaders today about how to reduce the Kremlin's foreign debt; Russian President Boris Yeltsin's decree giving Russia control over its own oil and other resources; fall of Croatian city of Vukovar, Yugoslavia, to Serb- dominated federal army; William Kennedy Smith's attendance at jury selection for his rape trial accompanied by his cousin, John Kennedy, Junior; United States sending home of Haitian refugees picked up off the Florida coast, increasing numbers of California gray whales reported; scenes shown from Moscow, Yugoslavia, Palm Beach, Florida, Florida coast and California coast.

Rather, Dan

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