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Libya / Terrorism / Installations Visited #133007

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 05, 1991
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Statement from Libyan leader Muammar el- Kadhafi that Libya will no longer support liberation movements that have turned terrorist reported.

(Libya: Pierre Salinger) Libya's efforts to reopen relations with the West by allowing Western press to tour its installations featured; scenes shown from Rafta, Libya, plant that may produce biological weapons, not pharmaceuticals as claimed and from the Al Qalah, Libya, training camp of terrorist Abu Nidal that now seems to be a Palestinian refugee camp. [Plant manager Dr. Said GHASSAN - denies CIA allegations that biological weapons are made here.] Libyan claim that it is having nothing to do with terrorist "Carlos" detailed; documents shown.

Donaldson, Sam;
Salinger, Pierre

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