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Lebanon / Hostages / Steen / Cicippio / Anderson #336680

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 03, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Wiesbaden, Germany: Peter Van Sant) Release of Lebanon hostage Alann Steen featured; scenes shown of him at press conference in Damascus, Syria, and arriving in Wiesbaden, Germany. [STEEN - comments on his release.] Doctors' report on freed hostage Joseph Cicippio's health cited; excerpt shown of August 3, 1989, videotape of Cicippio. [United States Air Force Hospital Dr. Uwe FOHLMEISTER - comments on Cicippio's surgery in captivity.] Possibility that Lebanon hostage Terry Anderson may be released this week noted.

(Los Banos, California: Richard Roth) Reaction of Steen's family to his release featured; scenes shown. [Daughter Becky MONDAY, brother Craig STEEN, wife Virginia STEEN, daughter Jackie SCARDINO - comment.]

Rather, Dan;
Roth, Richard;
Van Sant, Peter

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