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Malta Summit Conclusion (CNN) #829362

CNN Special for Sunday, Dec 03, 1989

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Live CNN coverage of the last 25 minutes of George Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev's joint press conference at the conclusion of the Malta Summit (see ABC for the press conference in its entirety), and analysis with Bernard Shaw (CNN), Ralph Begleiter (CNN), Robert Novak (CNN), and Supreme Soviet spokesperson Arkady Maslennikov; taped segment re: Gorbachev with David Smith (CNN), "Stavropolskaya Pravda" Editor Vasilii Kirilop, former journalist Alexander Mayatsky, and Soviet Minister of Education Alexander Yagodin; taped coverage of Bush's responses to reporters' questions with Patrick Greenlaw (CNN), Frank Sesno (CNN), and other unidentified reporters.


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