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Tokyo Summit / Reagan Trip, Terrorism #102190

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 26, 1986
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Report introduced.

(Honolulu, Hawaii: Sheilah Kast) President Reagan's focus on terrorism during stopover here en route to Tokyo economy summit featured; scenes shown. Governor George Ariyoshi shown greeting President and Nancy Reagan upon arrival. President noted planning to telephone ousted Philippines leader Ferdinand Marcos while here; his earlier call to President Corazon Aquino described. [REAGAN - thinks US attack on Muammar el-Kadhafi has sent message to world leaders] Secretary State George Shultz reported calling for covert action against Kadhafi in "New York" "Times" article. National security adviser quoted regarding recent wave of shootings and terrorism.

Kast, Sheilah;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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