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2002 Stories #651149

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 30, 2001
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) The stories of 2002 forgotten in the wake of events after September 11 presented; scenes shown of the 2001 presidential inauguration, former President Bill Clinton's pardon scandal, the search for Washington, DC, intern Chandra Levy, the Robert Hansen FBI spy case, the execution of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, bomber Timothy McVeigh, the arrest of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic on charges of war crimes, an earthquake in India, the massacre of the royal family of Nepal by the crown prince, hoof and mouth disease in England, terrorist attacks in the Middle East, the sinking of a Japanese fishing boat after being struck by a US submarine, China's holding of a United States plane and its crew, stem cell research using human embryos, the economy and a tax cut, power blackouts in California, the bankruptcy of energy trader Enron, the crash of a plane in a New York neighborhood and from the World Trade Center site. [Former Vice President Al GORE, Senator Charles SCHUMER, former President Bill CLINTON, Representative Gary CONDIT, MILOSEVIC, British Prime Minister Tony BLAIR, President BUSH, many OTHERS - speak.]

Simpson, Carole

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