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Terrorism / Bin Laden / Afghanistan, Sudan / Missile Attacks #181855

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 22, 1998
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Martha's Vineyard: Mike von Fremd) United States efforts against terrorism featured; details given of President Clinton's executive order banning American companies from doing business with Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden. [In radio address, CLINTON - says the aim is to keep money from bin Laden.] [White House press secretary Michael McCURRY - says we will work to break down the group's financial infrastructures.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Islamabad: Richard Gizbert) Details about last Thursday's missile attack in Afghanistan that almost got bin Laden presented; scenes shown from the fortress-like security around the United States embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan.

(Khartoum: Morton Dean) The missile attack on a "pharmaceutical" plant in Sudan featured; scenes shown from Khartoum of a nearby candy factory that was blown up, of the destroyed target and of anti-US attacks. [Candy store owner Muhammed ABBASS - comments.]

Brown, Aaron;
Dean, Morton;
Gizbert, Richard;
von Fremd, Mike

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