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Sadat Assassination #513804

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 06, 1981
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(Studio) Assassination of President Anwar Sadat reported; details given.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Cairo, Egypt) Assassination examined; films shown courtesy ABC News. [AP photographer Bill FOLEY - describes scene.] Further details given.
REPORTER: Paul Miller

(Studio) State funeral said Saturday
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Cairo, Egypt) Vice President Hosni Mubarak, Sadat's successor as commander of armed forces, examined; films shown. Reaction here to assassination discussed. [1977, SADAT - explains his faith.] Concern over future Mideast peace noted.
REPORTER: Arthur Kent

(Studio) Implications of today's shooting, due to apparent role played by mil., discussed.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(London, England) Opposition to Sadat's participation in Camp David accords recalled; incring. internal unrest and Sadat's response considered. Sadat's recent government crackdown include removal of Coptic Pope Shenuda, recalled. [SADAT - attacks United States media coverage of Egyptian events.]
REPORTER: James Compton

(Studio) Upcoming item announced.

Chancellor, John;
Compton, James;
Kent, Arthur;
Miller, Paul

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