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2000 / Year in Review #633164

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 29, 2000
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The year 2000 in review featured; scenes shown of various news stories, including millennium celebrations, floods in Mozambique, Singapore Air crash, the sinking of the Russian submarine Kursk, new political leaders in Russia, Mexico, Yugoslavia, violence in the Middle East, the bombing of the USS Cole in Yemen, cancer research, the RU- 486 abortion bill, computer viruses, the summer Olympic Games, several entertainment stories, a list of those who died, Firestone tire problems, the story of six-year-old Cuban refugee Elian Gonzalez, gasoline prices and business stories, the presidential and Congressional election campaigns and the post-election in Florida.

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:08:10

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