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Sadat Assassination #274197

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 06, 1981
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(Studio) Libya's celebration of President Anwar Sadat's assassination reported, shown; similar celebrations said allegedly occurring in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq. Colonel Muammar el-Kadhafi mentioned. Islamic extremists noted claiming responsibility for assassination, although authorities believe it was not linked to any outside organization Exiled Egyptian General Saad El-Shazli reported calling for overthrow of Egyptian government
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Assassination's impact on government of Prime Min. Menahem Begin discussed. [BEGIN - hopes peace process will continue despite murder.] General concern over fate of Israel-Egypt peace considered; Moshe Dayan quoted.

(Studio) Assassination's impact on international gold market noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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