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East Africa / Embassy Bombings #182119

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 08, 1998
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Nairobi: Morton Dean) The search for survivors in the bombed-out embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, featured; scenes shown of workers among the debris; diagram shown of the site of the explosion. [Rescue WORKER - comments.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Kenyata National Hospital in Nairobi: Clay Scott) The chaos in the hospitals in Nairobi featured; details given of the concern that a high percentage of Kenyans have the AIDS virus. [Two rescue WORKERS, Kenyata National Hospital Dr. Marina GONDI, Dr. Hans KOLLMANN - comment on the medical situation in Kenya; describe glass injuries to the face.] [Nurse Frida ALOGO - comments on the tainted blood problem.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Dar es Salaam: Bill Redeker) The day after the embassy bombing in Tanzania featured; scenes shown from the site and of survivors in the hospital. [US mission head John LANGE, American businessman Jim OWENS - describe what happened.] [Tanzanian vice PRESIDENT - calls for punishment.] The arrival of United States experts to determine the type of explosive used noted. The security measures in Tanzania discussed.

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Condolences from Iran, Cuba and Sudan, three nations whom the United States considers as sponsors of terrorism reported.

Dean, Morton;
Redeker, Bill;
Scott, Clay;
Vargas, Elizabeth

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