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Special Segment (Embassy Sec.) (Part I) #534080

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 23, 1984
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(Studio) United States dipls. remaining in Beirut said avoiding memorial services there for Marines due to new terrorist threats.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(No location given) Impact on United States foreign policy of administration's necessary preoccupation with security of American dipls., illustrated by Secretary of State George Shultz's daily security briefings, examined. [Assistant secretary state Robert LAME - feels human factor is more important than technology in combating terrorism.] Network's test of security at United States embassies in Israel, The Netherlands described, shown. [State Department security ofr. Alan GOLACINSKI - notes diplomacy is primary mission.] Amt. budgeted next year for increase embassy security mentioned. [Ambassador Evan GALBRAITH - cites difficulty in totally guarding against committed terrorists.]
REPORTER: Jim Bittermann

Bittermann, Jim;
Brokaw, Tom

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