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Weekend Review: Auto Industry, North Korea and Nuclear Weapons, Queen's Taxes, Mitterrand Visit To Vietnam, Netherland's Euthanasia, Byrd's Recovery, Jackson, Clinton's Attorney General #591304

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 13, 1993
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) This week's story on the auto industry's decision not to ask for tariffs on imported cars; belief held by the International Atomic Energy Agency that North Korea may be making nuclear weapons; plans for Britain's Queen Elizabeth to start paying taxes; visit by French President Francois Mitterrand to Vietnam; recognition by the government of Holland of euthanasia as part of medical care; first steps in ublic by Dennis Byrd, who injured his neck in a pro football game; television appearance by entertainer Michael Jackson and appointment by President Clinton of prosecutor Janet Reno as attorney general reported; representative scenes shown from some of the stories.

Reporter(s):
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:01:50

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