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Boris Yeltsin Interview #876007

CNN Special for Tuesday, Sep 03, 1991

  • CNN "Daywatch" featuring a live interview with Boris Yeltsin, and reports re: George Bush visiting children, schools, education, China and Great Britain relations, and other news reported by Donna Kelley, Bob Cain, Steve Hurst, Claire Shipman, Reid Collins.
  • Analysis of Yeltsin interview includes discussions with Hedrick Smith, Victor Linnik, Daniel Papp.
  • Excerpts of statements by George Bush, Ben Stone, Jeanne Kelly, Dianna Lindsay, Raissa Landor, and unidentified others.
  • Preliminary Record.
  • Reporter(s):
    Kelley, Donna;
    Cain, Bob;
    Hurst, Steve;
    Shipman, Claire;
    Collins, Reid

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