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Britain / IRA Raids #410257

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 23, 1996
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(London: Richard Blystone) Raids in Britain on suspected IRA (Irish Republican Army) hideouts that might have been the source of terrorist truck bombs featured; scenes shown from the places raided, from the site of bombings this year in London and Manchester and of items seized from the IRA (Irish Republican Army) arsenal. [RESIDENT - comments.] [London police assistant commissioner David VENESS - cites the amount of explosives recovered.] ["Irish Post" Donal MOONEY - says the IRA (Irish Republican Army) will bounce back.] The status of peace talks for Northern Ireland updated. [Sinn Fein president Gerry ADAMS - says the situation is serious.]

Blystone, Richard;
Shaw, Bernard

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