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Saudi Arabia / Explosion #370142

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 25, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Terrorist bombing outside the gates of a United States Air Force housing facility in Dhahran Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia, reported; details given of the truck bomb that exploded outside a United States Air Force housing complex. [President CLINTON - announces the explosion, which seems to be the work of terrorists.]

(Pentagon: David Martin) What is known about the explosion detailed; diagram shown; scenes shown from last November's bombing at an American-run military training center in Saudi Arabia. Information about the incident and the United States response to it reviewed.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Description from an eyewitness at the scene presented. [By phone, EYEWITNESS - describes what he has seen.] Discussion of the bombing with Mideast expert Fouad Ajami presented. [AJAMI - compares the November bombing and today's incident.]

Martin, David;
Rather, Dan

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