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Somalia / United States Helicopter Downing #352805

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 25, 1993
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(White House: Bob Orr) Downing of a United States helicopter in Somalia featured; scenes shown from Mogadishu, where the United Nations continues to hunt for warlord General Mohammed Farah Aidid. [UNISOM spokesman David STOCKWELL - says a rocket-propelled grenade hit the aircraft.] State Department warning to Americans traveling to Somalia quoted. The debate over how long United States troops should stay in Somalia mentioned. [Senator Bob DOLE; Wednesday, General John SHALIKASHVILI, Senator John McCAIN - comment on United States policy in Somalia.] Senator Robert Byrd said renewing his call for the removal of United States troops from the quagmire.

Orr, Bob

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