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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 01, 2003
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(Studio: Charles Molineaux) The investigation in Yemen of the murder of three American missionaries; U.N. weapons inspections in Iraq; North Korea's vow to build a powerful nation while the US will continue food shipments there; the lawsuit brought by nine states against the federal government for new air pollution rules for business; screening of airport baggage for explosives; the annual "polar bear" dip at Coney Island in New York City; the impact of Cyclone Zoe on the Solomon Islands & reports that Bill Parcells will accept the job as head football coach for the Dallas Cowboys reported; scenes shown.

Molineaux, Charles

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