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NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 26, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Statement from German Chancellor Helmut Kohl about the flood of foreigners seeking asylum reported.

(On the German-Polish border: Dennis Murphy) The plight of Romanian gypsies trying to get into Germany featured; scenes shown from a gypsy camp in a Polish garbage dump near the German border. [GERMAN - (thru translator) rails against the refugees.] Germany recalled recently agreeing to pay Romania to take back its gypsies. 1932 Nazi film of the gypsies, who were exterminated in Nazi camps, shown. [Gypsy leader Alfred ADURLING - (thru translator) comments on the plan to return the gypsies.] [Aspen Institution of Berlin Jeff THINNES - says Germany has the most liberal asylum laws.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Murphy, Dennis

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