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Nightline #647649

ABC Special for Tuesday, Sep 21, 1993

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  • Live discussion with Chris Wallace (ABC), former CIA Director Robert Gates, and Russian journalist Igor Malashenko re: Russian President Boris Yeltsin's announcement today that he has dissolved the Russian Parliament and set a date for new elections.
  • Taped excerpts of a telephone interview by Wallace with Russian VP and Yeltsin rival Alexander Rutskoi.
  • Taped segment with David Ensor (ABC), Yeltsin, Malashenko, Russian People's Deputy Iona Andronov, Rutskoi aide Andrei Fyodorov, and political analyst Alexander Merkushov.
  • Taped segment with Chris Bury (ABC), Bill Clinton, Secretary of State Warren Christopher, Barrie Dunsmore (ABC), Yeltsin, and Yeltsin advisor Sergei Stankevich.

  • Reporter(s):
    Dunsmore, Barrie (ABC);
    Wallace, Chris (ABC);
    Ensor, David (ABC);
    Bury, Chris (ABC)

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