CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 12, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Athens: Bob Simon) Pollution of the Mediterranean Sea in Greece and France examined; scenes shown. [Greenpeace Mark SIMMONS, environmental activist Stelios PSOMAS, two TOURISTS - cite the dangers.] France's high-tech purification plant to clean up the water that goes into the harbor at Marseille, France, detailed. [Scientist professor Rafael PLANZ - says recovery is beginning.] Role of European rivers as arteries of industrial pollution as man has learned how to both conquer and destroy the seas noted; Greenpeace communications video shown of dolphins killed by heavy metals in the waters.
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