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NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 07, 2005
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(Studio: Len Cannon) Anti-war protests in the Netherlands during President Bush's visit to mark the 60th anniversary of the allied victory in Europe during World War II shown.

(Riga, Latvia: David Gregory) The impact of Bush's statements about postwar Europe & democracy on US-Russian relations examined; scenes shown of Bush laying a wreath in Riga, Latvia; details recalled of Soviet domination in the Baltics after the Yalta agreement divided Europe. [BUSH - says we recognize the painful history in the Baltics after the war; talks about helping other countries be free & the strength of Russian democracy & freedom.]

Cannon, Len;
Gregory, David

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