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US-Libyan Conflicts: International Reaction, Evacuations #309298

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 20, 1986
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Mikhail Gorbachev's criticism of United States raid on Libya as affecting possibility of 2nd summit quoted. Return of American hostage Peter Kilburn's body from Lebanon where he was killed in retaliation for US attack on Libya reported

(Damascus, Syria: Bert Quint) Evacuation of Westerners from Beirut, Lebanon, following murders of Kilburn and British ntls. in revenge for US raid examined; scenes shown. [EVACUEE - describes situation.] British journalist John McCarthy recalled kidnapped recently; photos shown.

(Studio: Susan Spencer) No. Americans evacuated from Sudan since United States raid on Libya and shooting of embassy employee in Khartoum, believed in retaliation for raid, noted.

Quint, Bert;
Spencer, Susan

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