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Libya-US Relations / Kadhafi Interview (Part II) #406334

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 15, 1996
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(Tripoli: Gayle Young) The live interview in English with Libyan leader Colonel Muammar el-Kadhafi continued; inset scenes shown of the bombings ten years ago during the interview. [From inside the house that was bombed ten years ago, KADHAFI - says the United States and Britain have no proof against the two suspects wanted in the Lockerbie, Scotland, Pan Am bombing, that he would allow the two men to tried, but they are afraid to go; denies that the two men were Libyan security agents; suggests that the United States does not want relations with Libya; states that President Clinton seems to be a man of peace, unlike former President Ronald Reagan.]

(Studio: Bernard Shaw; State Department: Steve Hurst) Kadhafi's comments on the chemical weapons plant, his conditional acceptance of an international inspection team, his "endorsement" of Clinton noted.

Reporter(s):
Hurst, Steve;
Shaw, Bernard;
Young, Gayle
Duration:
00:08:20

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