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CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 28, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Muslim terrorist simultaneous European bombings reviewed. Report introduced.

(Rome, Italy: Mark Phillips) Rome, Italy, 1985 airport bombing reviewed; scenes shown. Terrorist actions reported leading ultimately to bombing Libya. [Ambassador for counterterrorism L. Paul BREMER - says bombing of Tripoli, Libya, turning point.] Bombings reported leading to active movement against terrorism. Libya and Syria mentioned. Iran/Contra scandal noted. European terrorism reported declining. [US TOURISTS - express opinions about terrorism in Europe.] [Terrorism expert Paul WILKINSON - says Libya still involved in state-sponsored terrorism.] Terrorist Ibrahim Mohammad Khaled shown after Rome airport bombing; details given of asking for forgiveness at trial. [Psychiatrist Dr. Franco FERRACUTI - comments on terrorists.] Terrorists reported still seeking revenge.

Reporter(s):
Phillips, Mark;
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:02:20

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