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Terrorism / Bombings, Expulsions #102191

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

(London, England: Mike Lee) Terrorist bombing of Lyons, France, office of American Express, hsing. ofcs. of United States companies Control Data and Black and Decker as well, said possibly ruse by criminals exploiting Mideast unrest for personal vendetta; murdered Black and Decker executive Ken. Marston noted involved in legal action against French mobsters. Details given. Expulsion of Libyan dipls. from several European cntrys. discussed; uniden. caller in Beirut said taking credit for bombing there of British Bank of Mideast in addition to warning other terrorist orgs. to stop taking credit for operations which they don't conduct.

Lee, Mike;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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