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Canada / Quebec / Summit of the Americas / Protests #397693

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 19, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Quebec City, Quebec, Canada: John Roberts) President Bush's plans to attend the Summit of the Americas in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada reported; details given of protestors's plans to disrupt the summit. [Shop owner Kuldip SINGH - talks about protecting his shop against violent protestors.] [Quebec City, Canada Mayor Jean-Paul L'ALLIER - says he is anxious about hosting the summit.] [Protest leader Philippe DUHAMEL - says he wants to see free trade "based on justice" and respecting the environment.] [Quebec City Police Department Pierre GOUPIL - says Seattle got overwhelmed by the number of protestors during its summit.]

Rather, Dan;
Roberts, John

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