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Hijacks / United States / England / United Arab Republic / United Nations #453088

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 10, 1970
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(Studio) Doubts about putting armed guards on American international flights.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(DC) [State Department spokesperson Robert McCLOSKEY - says United States wants all hostages freed.]
REPORTER: Ron Nessen

(London, England) British Cabinet wants passengers safe, will probably release captured hijacker Leila Khaled.
REPORTER: Ray Scherer

(Studio) Arabs who hijacked Pan Am 747 were supposed to get El Al Israel Airline plane; couldn't get on board; took next plane instead.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Cairo, UAR) United Arab Republic despises hijacking; Palestinians imprisoned.
REPORTER: Edward Scott

(Studio) Hijacks carefully planned, maybe by Dr. Wadi Haddad.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Studio) United Nations Secretary General U Thant says hijacks hurt Mideast peace plans; denounces Israeli detention of 2 supposed Algerian spies.
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

Brinkley, David;
Mcgee, Frank;
Nessen, Ron;
Scherer, Ray;
Scott, Edward

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