Around The World: Arafat, Russia-Ukraine Relations, British Elections, Olivet College, Filipino Veterans #344197
CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 09, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader Yasir Arafat's release from a Libyan hospital; agreement of Russia and the Ukraine to a joint commission to solve their dispute over the Black Sea fleet; today's British elections; exodus of black students from Olivet College in response to the failure of the school to take action against white fraternity members involved in a racial brawl; United States citizenship induction of Filipino veterans of World War II reported; scenes shown from Tripoli, Libya, Black Sea, London, Michigan, and San Francisco.
- Rather, Dan
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