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El Salvador and Lebanon / Photographer's Death, Diplomat Kidnapped #295891

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 16, 1984
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(Studio) Death of "Newsweek" magazine photographer John Hoagland in El Salvador and kidnapping of United States dip. William Buckley in Beirut, Lebanon, reported.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(El Salvador) Circumstances surrounding Hoagland's death examined; films shown. Hoagland's professor career reviewed; his photos shown.
REPORTER: Richard Wagner

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Beirut, Lebanon) Buckley's political role here and his kidnapping examined; films shown. [Acting charge d'affaires Robert PUGH - reconstructs abduction.] No. Americans kidnapped here since Moslems routed Lebanese army last month mentioned; abductions of American Univ.-Beirut professor Frank Regier, and journalist Jeremy Levin recalled.
REPORTER: Steve Kroft

Kroft, Steve;
Rather, Dan;
Wagner, Richard

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