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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 09, 1993
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tom Pettit) The foreign challenges that President-elect Bill Clinton will face reviewed: the situations in Bosnia, Haiti, the Middle East and Russia; scenes shown of the burial of the deputy prime minister of Bosnia, who was assassinated in Sarajevo. [Carnegie Endowment for Peace policy analyst George KENNEY, former undersecretary of State Chester CROCKER - talk about United States policy in Bosnia.] The question of what to do with refugees from Haiti mentioned. [US Committee for Refugees Bill FRELICK - comments on Haiti.] [CROCKER - says the parties in the Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations could screw up.] [Former United States ambassador Robert STRAUSS - talks about Clinton and Russia.]

Pettit, Tom;
Utley, Garrick

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