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East Africa / Embassy Bombings #383556

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 08, 1998
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(Studio: Sharyl Attkisson) The search for survivors in the bombed-out embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, featured; scenes shown of workers among the rubble; casualty statistics cited.

(Nairobi: Allen Pizzey) The Israeli leadership in the rescue effort in Kenya featured; scenes shown from the Nairobi site of jumbled concrete. [Kenyan Red Cross Nathan KAHARA - comments on the rescue operation.] [African Christian Mission James RAMEY - describes the carnage.] The reaction of Kenyans to the terrorist acts noted.

(Studio: Sharyl Attkisson) Report introduced.

(Dar es Salaam: Susan Spencer) The salvage operation at the bombed-out embassy in Tanzania featured; scenes shown from the Dar es Salaam site. [Charge d'affaires John LANGE - describe what might have happened.] [US embassy employee Muhammad MUGANDA - expresses his anger.]

(Studio: Sharyl Attkisson) President Clinton's vow to catch the terrorists noted.

(Washington: Bob Orr) The United States response to the embassy bombings reviewed; scenes shown of United States rescue teams bound for the Kenya embassy. [In radio address, CLINTON - promises to pursue terrorists.] [Former State Department security officer Chuck RUNNER, CBS News consultant James KALLSTROM, international terrorism expert Francis TUSA - comment on the nature of this international terrorist act and what can be done.]

Attkisson, Sharyl;
Orr, Bob;
Pizzey, Allen;
Spencer, Susan

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