CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 01, 1994
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) The determination by Russian prosecutors that United States exchange student Anthony Riccio was murdered reported.
(Moscow: Tom Fenton) The impact of the increase of crime in Russia since the end of communism on United States business ventures there examined; crime scenes shown. [US ambassador to Russia Thomas PICKERING - says lack of laws with regard to business contributes to crime.] [Disguised American businessman "MIKE" - tells of hiring mob protection.] Russia president Boris Yeltsin's criticism of the United States business community noted.
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