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Israel / Terrorism #536471

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 13, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Gaza Strip, Israel) End to Palestinian hijacking of civilian bus in Gaza Strip examined; deaths of terrorists and hostage Irit Portugez noted. Films shown. [Portugez MOTHER - mourns daughter.] Other hostages' praise of Portugez behavior during ordeal noted; details of hijacking recalled. [PEOPLE - comment on living amidst danger.]
REPORTER: Martin Fletcher

(Studio) Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine reported claiming responsibility.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Damascus, Syria) Palestinian terrorist training camp for Che Guevara commando group in Syria featured; films shown. [PFLP spokesperson Bassam Abu SHARIFF - will continue terrorism in Israel.] Damascus-based PFLP said denying Syrian complicity in recent attacks in Israel.
REPORTER: Paul Miller

Fletcher, Martin;
Miller, Paul;
Palmer, John

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