Weekend Review: Terrorism Report, Auto Air Bags, China-Taiwan Relations, Women In Combat, Waco Cult Fire Investigation, Clinton's 100 Days & Community Service Plan, Economy #592732
NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 01, 1993
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) This week's stories on the State Department report on terrorism; offering in Japan by Nissan of the first air bags for rear seat passengers; historic meeting of officials of China and Taiwan to improve their relations; decision by the Pentagon to allow women to fly and serve on ships in combat; setting of the death toll in the fire at the Waco, Texas, cult compound; completion by President Clinton of his first 100 days and his outlining of an education-linked community service program and disappointing news on the economy reviewed; scenes shown from some of the stories.
- Utley, Garrick
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