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US-Libya Relations / Bombing Anniversary #315251

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 15, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Former Attorney General Ramsey Clark reportedsuing United States government on behalf of Libyan victims involved in last year's bombing of Tripoli; details given.

(Tripoli, Libya: Allen Pizzey) Celebrations observing bombing's anniversary featured; scenes shown. Participation of Colonel Muammar el- Kadhafi, American Indians, black Muslim leader Louis Farrakhan and representatives of West peace orgs. noted. [WOMAN - considers Kadhafi friend of US.] Libyan government's orchestration of event and financing of West visitors' trips described. [Sioux Indian, Ken SEABOY - notes Libya offered tribe free education]

Pizzey, Allen;
Rather, Dan

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