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Arab Terrorist / Bombings #449979

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 24, 1970
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(Studio) Jitters in European airports following Arab terrorist bombing of jet last week, London crews may boycott Arab planes; govts. and pilots want more security. Hebron Occupied Jordan curfew in effect after tourist bus was attacked and 1 killed.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Jerusalem, Israel) Wife of American Baptist minister killed in attack; tour to continue; no panic; Israel officials says tourists should stay. Rev. Erving Draper tour leader [DRAPER - says no panic on business] [Israel ZURIEL - says doesn't think tourism should stop.]
REPORTER: George Page

Chancellor, John;
Page, George

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