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ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 28, 2009
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(Studio: Dan Harris) Demonstrations in Europe before the G-20 summit meeting in Britain next week reported; scenes shown of a protest turned violent in Berlin, Germany.

(White House: John Hendren) President Obama's trip to Europe to promote his economic rescue plan to other world leaders featured; details given of criticism of the US plan by Germany's Angela Merkel & the Czech Republic's Mirek Topolanek & the European push for regulations rather than stimulus. [ABC News George WILL - offers perspective on the world view of Obama.] [In GOP video, Senator Judd GREGG - criticizes the Obama economic plan.] [Moody's economy.com economist Mark ZANDI†- doubts there will be an agreement at this G-20 meeting.] The likely opposition of European leaders to sending more troops to Afghanistan noted.

Reporter(s):
Harris, Dan;
Hendren, John
Duration:
00:02:20

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