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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 23, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Agreement of Western nations to provide food and other aid to the former Soviet republics reported; planned United States military airlift of aid next month, German aid to the Soviets noted. Report introduced.

(Berlin: Martin Fletcher) Growing political independence of Germany featured; Germany reported recognizing Croatian independence and raising interest rates against the will of Europe and America; January 15 scenes shown of crowd celebrating in Zagreb, Yugoslavia. [Georgetown University Madeleine ALBRIGHT - comments on nervousness about inability to direct policy in Germany.] [Free University of Berlin professor Manfred GORTEMAKER - talks about German politics.] November 1991 scenes of fighting in Vukovar, Croatia, scenes of refugees shown.

Brokaw, Tom;
Fletcher, Martin

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