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Weekend Review: Haiti, Antarctica Crossing, Peace Corps In Ukraine, Solar Reflector In Space, Palestinian Deportees, Family Leave Bill, Schott Suspension, The Super Bowl #591630

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 06, 1993
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) This week's stories on the continued political stalemate in Haiti; a record-setting crossing of Antarctica on foot; beginning of work by Peace Corps volunteers in Ukraine; the deployment by Russian scientists of a solar reflector in space to reflect sunlight back to earth; decision by Israel that part of the deported Palestinians may return; signing by President Clinton of a family leave bill; suspension of Cincinnati Reds baseball owner Marge Schott for her racist language and the victory by the Dallas Cowboys over the Buffalo Bills in football's Super Bowl reported; scenes shown of the deportees in Lebanon, Clinton, Schott and the Super Bowl game.

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