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US-Libyan Conflict: Tourism #102175

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 25, 1986
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Impact of United States raid on Libya on American tourism to Europe mentioned. Situation in Canada, within United States and the Caribbean described.

(London, England: Dean Reynolds) Drop in United States tourism to West Europe and anticipated economy impact examined; scenes shown. [Travel agent Fred PEARSON - discusses dilemma.] [Travel agent Jean Claude NEURAT - describes situation.] Incrd. United States travel to E. European cntrys. explained. [Pan American manager for Poland, Katarzyna TOMASZEWSKA - expects lack of effect on region.]

(Saint Maarten, West Indies: John Qui

Jennings, Peter;
Quinones, John;
Reynolds, Dean

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