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England / Harrods Department-Store Bombing #288041

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 19, 1983
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(Studio) Reward offer for information with regard to car bombing by IRA (Irish Republican Army) at Harrods store in London noted. Store said busy prior to Christmas.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(London, England) Opening of store after bombing reported [Harrods chairperson Aleck CRADDOCK - comments.] Shoppers said defying IRA (Irish Republican Army) terrorism by continuing shopping. [WOMEN - comment.] Prince Charles' visit to bombing victims noted. [Prince CHARLES - comments.] American said to be injured in bombing. [Pickford, Michigan, native Mark McDONALD - comments.] Bomb scare today reported [POLICEMAN - speaks to woman with regard to car.]
REPORTER: Mark Phillips

Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan

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