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Libya / United States Attack Aftermath #309207

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 15, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) White House claim of nation's support for United States attack on Libya noted.

(NYC: Bruce Morton) Public's response to raid examined. [PEOPLE - support President Reagan's decision.] Terrorist attacks on United States ints. overseas reviewed; photos shown. [MAN - fears incrd. terrorism now.] [FBI agent Robert PENCE - cites need to prepare for possible attacks.] [Relative of recent terrorist victims, Warren KLUG - supports Reagan.] [Catherine BELL - fears for her children in Libya.] [Bonnie ROBINSON - fears for son Leonard stationed on USS Coral Sea.]

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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