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Europe / Bush Visit / Georgia Security #789500

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 10, 2005
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A security breach during President Bush's visit to Tbilisi, Georgia, that allowed a grenade to be thrown near the area noted.

(Tbilisi, Georgia: Terry Moran) The crucial importance of Bush's visit to Georgia to show the US is here to stay in the region featured; scenes shown from the site of the "Rose Revolution" in Tbilisi. [BUSH - speaks about the revolution & freedom on Georgian soil.] [Georgia President Mikheil SAAKASHVILI†- says democracy should be respected.]

Gibson, Charles;
Moran, Terry

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