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US-Greece Relations / Terrorism #120531

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 12, 1989
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Athens, Greece: Jim Hickey) Greece's relationship to international terrorism featured; details given of United States perception that Greece is soft on terrorism; scenes shown of Greek cruise liner that was attacked by terrorists last year Case of Mohammed Rashid, whom United States believes was involved in 1982 bombing of Pan Am jet over Hawaii, reviewed; photos shown. [Representative Edward FEIGHAN - says Greek-American relations will be damaged if Greece conts. to refuse to hand over Rashid.] Controversy in Greece over case detailed. [Greek parliament mbr. Virginia TSOUDEROS - says Greeks fear terrorists will strike again.] [Athens attorney Alexandros LYKOUREZOS - says Greek judiciary is terrified.] Upcoming visit of Secretary of State James Baker to Greece mentioned.

Sawyer, Forrest;
Hickey, Jim

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