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Russia / Nuclear Summit / Safety Program #612037

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 20, 1996
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(Moscow: Brian Williams) Gathering of eight world leaders in Russia for a nuclear summit featured; scenes shown from Moscow; details given of the unsettled issues, including shutting down the nuclear reactors in Chernobyl and Russia's deal to sell nuclear technology to Iran. [President CLINTON - hopes the nuclear treaty will be signed at the United Nations in September.]

(Moscow: John Dancy) The nuclear nightmare in Russia examined; scenes shown from nuclear lab to illustrate the types of safety measures now being taken, including the lab-to-lab program, which teams United States and Russian scientists. [Senator Sam NUNN - says the cost is in United States security interests.] [American scientist Stephen YOUNGER - backs the program.]

Reporter(s):
Dancy, John;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:04:00

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