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Terrorism / Rome, Vienna #306452

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 02, 1986
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Death toll so far from last week's terrorist attacks on Rome and Vienna airports reported; details given.

(Brussels, Belgium: Derrick Blakely) Growing indications of Belgium connection with airport assaults following arrest there of suspected Arab terrorists and seizure of their arms cache examined; Rome airport victim Don Maland's body mentioned en route to US. Communique from terrorist leader Abu Nidal quoted on screen calling for further attacks against United States and Israel. Scenes shown. Apparent role of Belgian Dan. Engels described. [Peter ENGELS - claim brother intended to use arms cache as publicity gimmick.]

(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Strike by Rome airport workers calling for incrd. security after terrorist attack detailed; scenes shown.

Blakely, Derrick;
Kuralt, Charles

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