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China, PR / Student Protests / Army #569357

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 04, 1989
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Beijing, China, PR: Keith Morrison) Telephone report on movement of army through Beijing featured; details given of confrontations between student protesters and military Events on Saturday reviewed; scenes shown illustration changing interrelationship between soldiers and students. [American TOURIST - explains dispersal of police.] Beginning of shooting shown and described. Rumors and reports of casualties reviewed; more scenes shown.

(Studio: Garrick Utley) Release of CBS reporter Richard Roth and his cameraman after they were beaten &held by Chinese authorities noted. Report introduced.

(Beijing, China, PR: Arthur Kent) Attack by army on Chinese students featured; details given of massacre in Tiananmen Sq.; scenes and photos shown of shooting and of casualties.

Kent, Arthur;
Morrison, Keith;
Utley, Garrick

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