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Ukraine / Election Standoff #772296

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 26, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) A wedding in Kiev, Ukraine, shown.

(Kiev: Jill Dougherty) The ongoing political standoff over the disputed presidential election updated; scenes shown of protests in the streets of Kiev & of the "cold" round table meeting of government-backed candidate Viktor Yanukovych† & opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko†; details given of their agreements while they try to solve the crisis & of charges that the elections results were falsified. [European Union Javier SOLANA†- comments on a possible solution.] [Yushchenko campaign manager Oleg RYBACHUK†- comments on the tapes.] [President BUSH - says the international community is watching carefully.] The problem of indefinite instability in Ukraine noted.

Brown, Aaron;
Dougherty, Jill

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