CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 04, 1999
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Washington: Jim Stewart) The search at the Atlanta airport of a Delta airplane headed to Istanbul, Turkey, due to the presence of a suspicious- looking passenger reported; details given of heightened security alerts worldwide before the first anniversary of the embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. [Passenger Ernest ROSADO - says a passenger acted strangely.] [FBI Tom BUSH - says nobody was in imminent danger.] Threats from Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden mentioned. [State Department SPOKESMAN - says there are threats against overseas embassies.]
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