NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 28, 1973
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(Studio) Bomb warnings appear all over London after rash of terrorist letter bombs in city. As Prime Min. Heath visits North Ireland. House of Commons closes for bomb search. Letter bomb discovered and dismantled at British embassy in Paris, France.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(London, England) Massive warning system to Londoners pays off. Citizens react to letter bomb warning.
REPORTER: David Weber
(Belfast, North Ireland) Security extremely tight for Prime Min. Heath. Heath says England refuses to be intimidated by letter bombs. Visit severely restricted by bomb threats allegedly coming from IRA.
REPORTER: Liz Trotta
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