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Israeli Diplomat Killed / London #466255

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 19, 1972
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(Studio) Israeli diplomat dies of bomb wounds in London embassy. Bomb sent through mail. Dr. Ami Shachari bomb victim. Israeli embassy in Paris finds explosives in two letters.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(London, England) 4 large envelopes, mailed from Amsterdam, Netherlands, sent to Israeli London embassy. 3 caught in time. 1 blew up. One bore note from "Black September" threatening more deaths. [Film of bombed desk shown.] Details of explosion given. Israeli ambassador demands strong reaction against terrorism. [Ambassador Michael COMAY - urges strong antiterrorist measures, include hijackings. Criticizes Egypt, other Arab countries for giving sanctuary.] Security bolstered later. Fatal env. came with mail sympathetic for Munich Olympics slayings. [Press off. Eli TABORI - says such outrages ultimately futile.]
REPORTER: George Montgomery

Chancellor, John;
Montgomery, George

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