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Clinton's Trip / Czech Republic, Germany #353059

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 10, 1994
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(Prague: Dan Rather) President Clinton's remark that the newly freed nations of Europe are in a race between rejuvenation and despair quoted.

(Prague and Dresden: Dan Rather) The future for nations formerly under Communist rule featured; scenes shown from the cities of Prague, Czech Republic, and Dresden, Germany. [University of California at Berkeley Andrew JANOS - worries about international conflagrations.] [Newly privatized Aero Company's marketing director Jiri HOUSMANN - comments.] [Czech President Vaclav HAVEL - (thru translator) says it takes a long time to put the economy together.] [In Dresden, Noble Camera Company John NOBLE, German Saxony prime minister Kurt BIEDENKOPF - cite the problems.]

(Prague: Dan Rather) The tiny Czech Republic noted between Germany and Russia and invaded by both in this century. Clinton said seemingly to have to keep war and oppression from spreading.

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:50

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