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Countdown To 2000 (Roman Jubilee) #385321

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 26, 1999
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Rome: Mark Phillips) The upcoming beginning of the millennial celebration and the Roman Catholic Jubilee featured; scenes shown of restoration activities in Rome, Italy. [Minister of Culture Giovanna MELANDRI - says Italy now sees its culture as an economic resource.] [Mayor of Rome Francesco RUTELLI - says his city is improving.] [Citizens Watchdog Committee Giovanni NEGRI - comments.] The battle over Rome's millennium plans noted. [Consultant to the Italian Government Danny BERGER - says historical artifacts are everywhere.]

Phillips, Mark;
Roberts, John

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