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Weekend Review: Quayle, NAACP Leadership, Aging of Japan, Hitler's Bones, Chinese Dissidents, Colombia Car Bomb Explosion, AIDS, Baseball Spring Training #591439

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 20, 1993
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) This week's stories on the decision by Marilyn Quayle to use her legal name as a lawyer in private practice; the search by the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) for a new director, possibly Jesse Jackson; report on the aging of Japan's population; making public in Russia of bone fragments allegedly belonging to Adolf Hitler; release from prison in China of Wang Dan, who was a leader of the 1989 pro-democracy movement; explosion of a car bomb in Colombia; decision by the Senate to continue the ban on foreigners with the AIDS virus and the opening of spring training for baseball's new Colorado Rockies reviewed; representative scenes shown from some of the stories.

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