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East Africa / Embassy Bombing #426315

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 12, 1998
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The investigation of the embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania introduced.

(White House: Eileen O'Connor) United States intelligence tracking of the movements at the camp of terrorist Osama bin Laden about the bombing and the increased security at other embassies featured.

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(Nairobi: Jennifer Glasse) The investigation of the Kenya explosion reviewed; scenes shown of Kenyan President Daniel arap Moi at the Nairobi site; details given of the fate of survivor Rose, who died. [Two KENYANS - criticize the Americans.] The issue of a coordinated effort between the Kenyans and Americans discussed.

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(Landstuhl, Germany: Mike Hanna) Secretary of State Madeleine Albright's mission to escort home the bodies of Americans who died in the bombing featured; scenes shown from Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany. [ALBRIGHT - says she expressed President Clinton's wishes to the survivors.] The reaction of the survivors to the critical statements made by the Kenyans discussed.

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Memorial service at Quantico Marine Base, Virginia, for Marine sergeant Jesse Aliganga, who died in Nairobi, reported; scenes shown.

Glasse, Jennifer;
Hanna, Mike;
O'Connor, Eileen;
Shaw, Bernard

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