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Canada / Quebec / Summit of the Americas / Protests #438979

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Apr 21, 2001
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(Studio: Stephen Frazier) Report introduced.

(Quebec City, Quebec, Canada: John Vause) Clashes between police and protestors in Quebec City, Canada, during the Summit of the Americas meeting featured; details given of the arrests of 100 protestors; scenes shown of the protestors.

(Studio: Stephen Frazier) Report introduced.

(Quebec City, Quebec, Canada: John King) The agenda discussed by the 34 leaders at the Summit reported; details given of the efforts to control protestors coming too close to the meeting; scenes shown of the protestors and police and of the "class photo" of the leaders. [Canadian Prime Minister Jean CHRETIEN - says there have been very good meetings.]

Frazier, Stephen;
King, John;
Vause, John

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