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Terrorism / Syria #102680

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 24, 1986
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Italy reported expelling several Libyans while also accusing Syria of masterminding last year's Rome airport massacre.

(Rome, Italy: David Ensor) Findings of Italy's investigation into Rome attack, based largely on surviving terrorist Mohammed Sarham's testimony, examined; details given, scenes shown. Sarham mentioned member of Abu Nidal terrorist organization; Nidal said actually Sabry al-Banna. Photo shown. Nidal's connection with both Syria and Libya outlined, discussed.

(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) State Department's response to Italy's claims of Syrian involvement in Rome attack reported

Ensor, David;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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