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Lebanon / Glass Abduction #316210

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 18, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Kidnapping of ABC correspondent Charles Glass in Beirut, Lebanon, reported

(London, England: Allen Pizzey) Glass' interview of hijacked TWA capt. during June 1985 hostage incident in Beirut recalled; scenes shown. Abduction of Glass and Ali Osseiran, son of Lebanon's defense minister, examined; details given, scenes shown. [Voice of WOMAN - describes kidnapping; remarks transcribed on screen. [Fiona GLASS - hopes husband will return soon.] Glass' last report noted that of Terry Waite's kidnapping. [State Department spokesperson Phyllis OAKLEY - reiterates United States policy on hostages.] [Fiona GLASS - describes her efforts to free husband.] [CBS News reporter Juan- Carlos GUMUCIO - describes his relationship with Glass.] [Courtesy "Nightwatch", former Mideast correspondent Elizabeth COLTON - notes Glass is well-known in Lebanon.]

Reporter(s):
Pizzey, Allen;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:50

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