CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 11, 1981
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(Studio) American allies said expressing skepticism over United States reaction to Libya at NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) meeting United States said left standing alone.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Brussels, Belgium) Alexander Haig said defending United States action against Libya. [HAIG - says United States feels double standard in treatment of Libya in with regard to international terrorism not acceptable. Explains reasoning for asking Americans to leave.] Haig assurance of reality of situation reported
REPORTER: Robert Pierpoint
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