CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 15, 1991
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(Studio: Connie Chung) IRA (Irish Republican Army) bombing of National Gallery art museum in London reported. Report introduced.
(Dublin: Bill McLaughlin) Influence of Irish President Mary Robinson featured; scenes shown from Dublin, Ireland. Robinson's approval rating, marriage to a Protestant, stance on contraception and gay rights, and political rivalry with Ireland Prime Minister Charles Haughey noted. [ROBINSON - says she's a symbolic representation of changes occurring; talks to visitors.] [Two Irish WOMEN, writer Thomas McCARTHY - comment on Robinson.]
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