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Terrorism / Kadhafi #306450

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 02, 1986
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Libyan dictator Muammar el-Kadhafi's threat of war if United States retaliates for recent terrorist attacks at Rome and Vienna airports and President Reagan's response recalled.

(DC: David Martin) United States military buildup in Mediterranean in event Reagan orders retaliatory strike against Libya noted; risks involved in such action noted. [State Department spokesperson Charles REDMAN - warns Americans in Libya to leave.] [REAGAN - dismisses Kadhafi as child killer; remarks transcribed on screen; poor audio.] Libyan military preparedness, include new Soviet-made missiles, described.

Kuralt, Charles;
Martin, David

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