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CNN Evening News for Saturday, Oct 14, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) The U.N. vote to impose sanctions against North Korea after its nuclear test noted. [President BUSH – says the world is united in our opposition to its nuclear weapons plans.] Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s trip to Asia next week for talks on North Korea, and the identification of the family shot on a Florida turnpike reported; scenes shown from Fort Pierce. [St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken MASCARA††– describes the murdered family’s missing car.] Student protests at Gallaudet University for the deaf over the new university president; the death of former Representative Gerry Studds††, the first openly gay member of Congress, and the dedication of the US Air Force Memorial noted; scenes shown. Flash Feedback request.

Lin, Carol

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