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East Africa / Embassy Bombings / Salim, Odeh #426537

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 27, 1998
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Arrival in the United States of Yemeni Mohamed Rashid Daoud al-'Owhali, aka Khalid Salim, a suspect in the Kenya embassy bombing reported; scenes shown of the Nairobi embassy damaged on August 7. [Attorney General Janet RENO - says al-'Owhali will be charged with the Nairobi bombing.]

(New York: Tony Clark) The charges outlined against Salim while Mohammed Saddiq Odeh is also being brought to the United States reviewed; courtroom sketches shown. Security precautions being taken around the New York City courthouse noted. (Artist: Christine Cornell)

Clark, Tony;
Shaw, Bernard

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