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Royal Visits: A Look Back at Diana's First Solo Trip to NYC
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'A Death A Minute': 30 Years After Union Carbide Disaster
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Flashback: Tom Brokaw Reports on Berlin Wall
In this episode of Flashback, NBC's Tom Brokaw recalls the historic night 25 years ago in 1989 as he reported from the top of the Berlin Wall as it came toppling down around him.
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Brokaw reports from the Berlin Wall
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