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US-China Summit / Human Rights #412064

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 30, 1997
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(White House: Eileen O'Connor) The human rights issue raised during the summit meeting of President Clinton and Chinese leader Jiang Zemin examined. [JIANG - (thru translator) states his human rights position.] [White House press secretary Michael McCURRY, Chinese dissident Harry WU - talk about dialogue with China.] Anti-China protests in Washington, DC, shown. [Amnesty International United States of America William SCHULZ - talks about trade and human rights.] The approach the United States could take to human rights in China discussed.

O'Connor, Eileen;
Shaw, Bernard

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