CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 22, 1994
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(White House: Rita Braver) President Clinton's foreign affairs successes on the eve of his trip to the Middle East featured; details given of the US-North Korean agreement committing Korea to dismantling its nuclear program & Iraq's pullback from Kuwait's border. [CLINTON - says Americans have been moved by freedom in Haiti.] [Deputy national security adviser Samuel BERGER- says events have proven the critics wrong.] [CLINTON - says we have been trying to fashion security in the post-Cold War world.] Criticism that Clinton gave too much away to solve foreign crises noted. [Former Secretary of State Lawrence EAGLEBURGER- offers caution about foreign policy.]
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