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China-US Relations / Spy Plane Standoff / Interviews #439198

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Apr 07, 2001
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(Studio: Stephen Frazier) Report introduced.

(White House: Kelly Wallace) The continuing standoff between the United States and China over an American spy plane and 24 crew members held on Hainan Island, China, featured; details given of the third meeting between crew members and United States officials; photographs shown of crew in China.

(Studio: Stephen Frazier) Interview held with former President Jimmy Carter and Representative Henry Hyde; excerpts shown. [CARTER - says early statements by both sides were "arrogant".] [HYDE - says the United States should demand an apology from China.]

(Hong Kong: Mike Chinoy) The strategic importance of the South China Sea examined. ["Asiaweek" Allen CHENG - says military might is important to China.]

Chinoy, Mike;
Frazier, Stephen;
Wallace, Kelly

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