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Weekend Review: Ghali, Shevardnadze, Aid To USSR , United States In South Korea, Kevorkian, Civil Rights Bill, IRS #578619

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 23, 1991
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Selection of Egyptian Boutros Ghali as new Secretary General of the UN; return of former Soviet foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze to his post; announcement by United States of plan to send food aid to USSR ; halting by Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney of withdrawal of United States forces from South Korea; suspension by Michigan of license of Dr. Jack Kevorkian, who has helped the ill end their lives; storm over White House proposal to end affirmative action while new civil rights bill on jobs was passed and IRS's schedule for sending out this year's tax forms reported; scenes shown from each story.

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