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Malaysia / Terrorism / Japan #484644

NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 04, 1975
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(Studio) Japanese radicals take over American embassy in Malaysia, threatening American consul Robert Stebbins and others' lives unless some radicals in Japanese jails released. Japan agrees.
REPORTER: John Hart

(Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) Red Army terrorists take over American embassy. Estimated 16 taken hostage. Police and military surround building Some police hurt. Rptd. Japanese to set 7 terrorists free and Japanese airliner to take group to undisclosed place.
REPORTER: Jack Reynolds

(Studio) Radicals (photos shown) taken to airport by business
REPORTER: John Hart

(Tokyo, Japan) Bus takes men to plane. Terrorists in Malaysia wanted plane to land in Kuwait, but Kuwait won't allow it. Pilot has flown same sort of mission before.
REPORTER: John Hart (narrates)

Reporter(s):
Hart, John;
Reynolds, Jack
Duration:
00:01:50

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