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East Africa / Embassy Bombings #426701

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Aug 08, 1998
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(Studio: Gene Randall) Report introduced.

(Nairobi: Jerrold Kessel) Continuing rescue efforts after the embassy bombings in Kenya reported; arrival of Israeli rescue team in Nairobi, Kenya, reported.

(Studio: Laurie Dhue) Report introduced.

(Dar es Salaam: Ben Wedeman) Aftermath of the embassy bombing in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, reported; end of rescue mission at embassy noted. [US resident Bill FINNERTY - says he feels less secure as a American abroad.] [Embassy accountant Henry KESSY - describes the explosion.]

(Studio: Laurie Dhue) Focus on one Kenyan bombing victim, Arlene Kirk, featured. [Victim's sister Pat BRADLEY-WILLIAMS - talks about Arlene.]

(Studio: Gene Randall) Report introduced.

(White House: Louise Schiavone) The Washington reaction to the bombings reported. [President CLINTON - condemns terrorist acts.] [Congressional Research Service Kenneth KATZMAN - describes why the embassies made a good target.] [Representative Lee HAMILTON - says Congress will now support embassy security upgrades.]

Dhue, Laurie;
Kessel, Jerrold;
Randall, Gene;
Schiavone, Louise;
Wedeman, Ben

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