CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 28, 2001
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The trial of terrorists for the bombing of US embassies in Africa noted.
(At the FBI: Jim Stewart) The international travels of FBI director Louis Freeh to prevent terrorism featured; scenes shown from his trip to Africa. [Ghana interior minister Alhaji Malik al-Hassan YAKUBA - talks about democracy in Ghana.] [In Mexico, FREEH - talks about exchange training.] [Former Mexican prosecutor Sigrid ARZT - talks about needing to emulate the FBI.]
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