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(Studio) Terrorist bombing at London's Heathrow airport reported.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(London, England) Details of airport bombing examined; films shown. [Witness Peter CLARK - describes scene.] Possibility that blast is linked with continued Libyan embassy siege here considered.
REPORTER: Vic Aicken
(Studio) Status of British-Libyan negotiations to end siege summarized.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(London, England) Contd. efforts to end siege here examined; Britain's rejection of Libya's latest proposal noted. Films shown. [Home Secretary Leon BRITTAN - claims no one leaves or enters embassy without police consent.] Intelligence surveillance and security surrounding Libyan embassy described, shown.
REPORTER: Henry Champ
(Tripoli, Libya) Atmosphere here as negotiations continue examined; films shown. [Julia MILES - feels British ntls. here are coping well; explains.] [Ambassador Oliver MILES - describes talks so far.]
REPORTER: Keith Miller
- Aicken, Vic;
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Champ, Henry;
- Miller, Keith
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