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Libya / United States / Hit Squad #275264

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 08, 1981
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(Studio) Sources said informing Bill Plante that United States has names and composite drawings of alleged Libyan hit squad.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) National Sec. Council meeting at White House reported Admin. options for action listed as embargo on Libyan oil, freeze on United States exports of oil drilling equip., and withdrawal of United States oil companies and personnel from Libya. Gary Hart, Howard Baker quoted. [Senator HART - believes Americans supportive of oil boycott tactics.] [Oil industry analyst Dan LUNDBERG - says boycott would hurt Libya.] White House fears of too much talk with regard to situation noted.
REPORTER: Fred Graham

Reporter(s):
Graham, Fred;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:10

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