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Hijack / Bangladesh #495594

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 30, 1977
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(Studio) Japanese terrorists hold 142 hostages on plane. Another airliner flies from Tokyo to Dacca with $6 million and 6 released prisoners, according to hijackers' demands.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Tokyo, Japan) Prisoners described. Boarding of plane shown. 3 other prisoners refused to be released for tour with Japanese Red Army. Along with released prisoners, persons offering selves as replacements for hostages fly to Dacca. Film at Dacca airport shown. Carole Karabian among 9 hostages released.
REPORTER: Jack Russell

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Russell, Jack
Duration:
00:02:00

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