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US-Pakistan Relations / Clinton-Sharif Meeting / Terrorists #421574

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 02, 1998
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(White House: Wolf Blitzer) The meeting of President Clinton and Nawaz Sharif, prime minister of Pakistan, to discuss the sale of F-16s and Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden featured; scenes shown. [SHARIF - says India may detonate a nuclear bomb.] [CLINTON - hopes for progress in US-Pakistani relations.] The United States missile attacks against supposed bin Laden bases recalled. [Henry L. Stimson Center Michael KREPON - says the United States attacks led to Pakistani casualties encamped in Afghanistan.]

(New York: Peter Bergen) The United States efforts to extradite Khalid al-Fawwaz and Mahmoud Mahmud Salim, who have been linked to bin Laden, featured; details given of evidence about bin Laden's organization in Kenya. [In 1997, al- FAWWAZ - comments on bin Laden.]

Bergen, Peter;
Blitzer, Wolf;
Shaw, Bernard

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