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West Berlin / Disco Bombing #317979

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 11, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Studio: Mike Wallace) West German Christine Endrigkeit reported arrested in Lubeck, West Germany, for allegedly planting bomb in La Belle disco in 1986. Endrigkeit noted tied to Palestinian terrorists Ahmed Hazi and Nezar Hindawi. Hazi and Hindawi noted having ties with Syria. United States bombing of Tripoli, Libya, reviewed; scenes shown. [State Department spokesperson Phyllis OAKLEY - says arrest reaffirms evidence linking Muammar el-Kadhafi to bombing.] Former defense secretary Caspar Weinberger quoted. New government report noted asserting Kadhafi losing power. [Johns Hopkins Univ. professor Fouad AJAMI - says Kadhafi considered insane.] [President REAGAN - ridicules Kadhafi in 1986 while declaring economy sanctions against Libya.] State Department reported extending sanctions against Libya. [Terrorism expert Paul WILKINSON - warns of Kadhafi's capabilities.] Kadhafi shown paying West German hockey team for ad. on jerseys.

(Studio: Dan Rather, Mike Wallace) Kadhafi's power discussed.

Rather, Dan;
Wallace, Mike

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