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CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 13, 1994
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(Studio: John Roberts) President Clinton's promise to study the problem of toxic waste at bases in the Philippines vacated by the US military reported.

(Manila: James Hattori) The problems for Amerasian children in the Philippines, who have American fathers & Filipina mothers & were left behind when the American military pulled out, examined. [Amerasian BOY - says he wants to go to the states.] [Social worker Father Shay CULLEN†- says the legacy of the naval base is thousands of neglected children.] [Former Olongapo mayor Richard GORDON†- cites the confusion for black Amerasian Filipinos.] Congressional consideration of assistance for Amerasian Filipinos noted.

Roberts, John;
Hattori, James

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