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Saudi Arabia / Car Bomb #399810

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 13, 1995
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: Jamie McIntyre) Explosion of a car bomb outside the building where Americans train the Saudi national guard featured; scenes shown from the bombing site in Riyadh. [President CLINTON - offer condolences.] [On phone, United States ambassador to Saudi Arabia Raymond MABUS - says the Islamic Movement for Change threatened Americans.] The opposition of Islamic extremists to the American policies in the region noted. [Former US ambassador to Saudi Arabia Richard MURPHY, State Department spokesman Nicholas BURNS - talk about the Saudi-US relationship.] Security and investigative measures being taken by the United States reviewed.

Reporter(s):
McIntyre, Jamie;
Shaw, Bernard
Duration:
00:02:40

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