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Hijacking / United States and United Nations #18415

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 15, 1972
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(Studio) United States urges concerted United Nations action against) hijacking.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(UN) Militant Arab guerrillas have hijacked, blown up planes. [September `70 film of such plane shown.] Passengers held hostage for release of Arab prisoners. [US ambassador to UN, George BUSH- says Africa, Arab ntns. oppose intl. outlawing of terrorism, include hijacking. Says United States committed to prosecution or extradition of hijackers.] [Arab League spokesperson, Iraqi ambassador to UN, Talih El SHIBIB- says causes for terrorism should be studied. Says few people involved w/ hijacking should not be punished if terrorism in Vietnam and Mideast is not.]
REPORTER: John MacVane

MacVane, John;
Reasoner, Harry

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