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Nightline #646481

ABC Special for Thursday, Jun 08, 1989

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Live update re: political turmoil in China with Ted Koppel (ABC), Jim Laurie (ABC), Kyle Gibson (ABC), and Mark Nelson (ABC); taped segment with John Martin (ABC), Gary Shepard (ABC), Nelson, Chris Antoniacci (ABC), BBC correspondent Brian Barron, Laurie, John McWethy (ABC), Secretary of State James Baker, Defense Department spokesperson Fred Hoffman, American evacuee Terese James, US Ambassador to China James Lilley, mother of student in China Rita Holland, Sen. Jesse Helms, Rep. Stephen Solarz, excerpt of tonight's George Bush press conference, Associated Press correspondent Terence Hunt, and Gibson; this recording is incomplete as broadcast continued past 12:31.

Duration:
00:19:00

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