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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 09, 1984
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(Studio) Iranian troops reported ending hijacking of Kuwaiti airliner.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(London, England) Hijacking's end examined; films shown. Terrorists final actions described; their murder of Americans Charles Hegna and William Stanford recalled. [Voice of light engineer Neil BEESTON - describes ordeal.]
REPORTER: Bonnie Anderson

(Studio) Secretary of State George Shultz's condemnation of hijacking quoted.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(DC) White House reaction to hijacking's end quoted. [SHULTZ - calls for law-abiding ntns. ending terrorism.] [Courtesy "Meet the Press", Senator Richard LUGAR - cautions against indiscriminate attacks.] Senator Daniel Moynihan's example of inadequate United States intelligence in crisis reported.
REPORTER: Don Porter

Reporter(s):
Anderson, Bonnie;
Palmer, John;
Porter, Don
Duration:
00:04:00

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