CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 07, 1993
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Update on the oil spill from a ship wrecked on the Shetland Islands, Scotland; agreement by Israel to allow the Red Cross to visit the stranded Palestinian deportees; attendance by Russian President Boris Yeltsin at a Russian Orthodox Christmas service; charging of three white men who robbed a black man, Christopher Wilson and set him on fire; the completion of the first solo ski trip to the South Pole and today's Grammy Award nominations, led by Eric Clapton, reported; scenes shown from Shetland Islands; southern Lebanon, Moscow, Tampa, the South Pole and of Clapton singing "Tears in Heaven."
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