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Terrorism / Worldwide Alert #1049206

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 03, 2013
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The security alert domestic and overseas in response to a terrorism threat outlined; details given about a worldwide travel alert in the Middle East and Africa and the closing of embassies.

(Cairo: Nick Schifrin) New details about the Al Qaeda terrorism alert examined; details given about the plot led by Nassir al-‡; scenes shown of the brick wall outside the Cairo embassy. [Cairo resident Ashley BRANDENBERG†- explains precautions.]

(Studio: Dan Harris; Washington: Martha Raddatz) The size and scope of the US response to this overseas threat by known embassies, the link of precautions to the attack on the US embassy in Libya, how Yemen has become the hotbed of terrorism and the vulnerabilities of the embassies discussed.

Harris, Dan;
Schifrin, Nick;
Raddatz, Martha

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