Worlds In Turmoil #646477
ABC Special for Sunday, Jun 04, 1989
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Broadcast re: attack by Chinese soldiers on students in Beijing's Tiananmen Square and the death of Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini; taped segment and live updates re: events in Beijing; taped segment re: events in China leading up to current situation with excerpt of interview with Chinese TV Anchorperson Wei Hua; live discussion re: events in China with Jennings, Professor Michel Oksenberg, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, and Brookings Institution Harry Harding; live update re: US reaction to events in China; taped segment re: the rule of Khomeini; taped segment re: current Iranian political situation with Professor Fred Halliday, former Iranian President Abol Hassan Bani-Sadr, and Khomeini biographer Amir Taheri; live discussion re: Iran with Jennings, former hostage Moorhead Kennedy, Council on Foreign Relations member Judith Kipper, and Kissinger.
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