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Korean War / 50th Anniversary #435834

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jun 25, 2000
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(Studio: Andria Hall) Report introduced.

(White House: Major Garrett) Observance of the 50th anniversary of the Korean War reported; scenes shown of ceremonies in Washington, DC. [President CLINTON - calls the Korean War veterans heroes; talks about the Korean summit.] Developments in Korea reviewed. [Council on Foreign Relations Robert MANNING - comments on North Korea.] [Asia and The Pacific Subcommittee Chairman Representative Doug BEREUTER - expresses concerns about overreactions.]

(Studio: Andria Hall) Report introduced.

(Seoul, South Korea: Sohn Jie-Ae) Scaling back of Korean War observances due to the Korean summit reported; scenes shown of ceremonies in Seoul, South Korea. [Korean War United States veteran Bill McSWEENEY - talks about the last time he saw Seoul.] [Korean War ROK veteran KIM Chung-San(thru translator) - says he paid dearly for his freedom.] [South Korea President KIM Dae Jung(thru translator) - talks about peace with North Korea.]

(Studio: Brian Nelson) Interview held with Cato Institute Doug Bandow about Korea. [BANDOW - says the Korean summit is a critical first step; explains changes in Korea since the war; says peace will be a slow process.]

Reporter(s):
Garrett, Major;
Hall, Andria;
Sohn, Jie-Ae;
Nelson, Brian
Duration:
00:08:00

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