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Lebanon / French Hostages #116031

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 07, 1988
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(Studio: Barry Serafin) Reports from three French hostages recently released from Lebanon reported Report introduced.

(Paris, France: Pierre Salinger) Former hostage, diplomacy Marcel Fontaine's story about his kidnapping detailed; scenes shown from French TV. Fontaine's relationship with fellow hostage Terry Anderson described. [From Nicosia, Cyprus, Anderson's wife Madeleine BASSILE - says compromise is only solution.] Contd. hospitalization of Fontaine noted. Descriptions of events by diplomacy Marcel Carton and journalist Jean-Paul Kauffmann detailed. Stmts. by Kauffmann's sister that he shared cell with American hostage Frank Reed noted.

Reporter(s):
Salinger, Pierre;
Serafin, Barry
Duration:
00:02:00

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