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Italy / Car Bombing #114997

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 15, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Search for Junzo Okudaira, member of Japanese Red Army believed responsible for car bombing in Naples, Italy, reported Report introduced.

(Naples, Italy: Jim Laurie) Wreckage from car bomb outside USO club here shown. [US ambassador to Italy Maxwell RABB - pledges cooperation with Italian authorities.] Photo shown of Okudaira; his link to bombing of US embassy outside Rome area last June noted. Possible claiming of responsibility by Islamic Jihad for bombing near second anniversary of US' bombing of Libya reported Photo shown of United States servicewoman Angela Santos, killed by blast. December 1987 attack on United States service club in Barcelona, Spain, recalled; scenes shown. [USO sixth fleet director Jo DiMARTINO - discusses USO sec.]

Jennings, Peter;
Laurie, Jim

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