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Clinton / Overseas Trip / US-Japan Relations / United States Bases #611913

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 14, 1996
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(Studio: Jack Ford) Map shown of the route of President Clinton's trip to South Korea, Japan and Russia.

(Tokyo: Lucky Severson) Japan's preparations for Clinton's visit, which will focus on the growing resentment against United States military bases in Japan since the rape of an Okinawa schoolgirl by three United States servicemen, featured; scenes shown of security measures in Tokyo and of anti-US demonstrations. [Ambassador to Japan Walter MONDALE - cites the importance of bases over here.]

Reporter(s):
Ford, Jack;
Severson, Lucky
Duration:
00:02:40

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