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Air-India Disaster and Tokyo Bombing #544358

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 25, 1985
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(Studio) Air-India flight which crashed recently said breaking apart in midair; status of search and rescue operation noted. Films shown. Sikh extremists Ammad Singh and Lal Singh reported sought in connection with both Air-India disaster and terrorist bombing of Canadian Pacific Air baggage area at Tokyo, Japan, airport.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) Sikh extremists' alleged activities in United States at Alabama mercenary school examined; suspects noted sought in assassination plot against Prime Min. Rajiv Gandhi. Photos shown. [Mercenary camp owner Frank CAMPER - denies bombing planes was discussed; isn't surprised, though.] Suspects' remarks to FBI undercover agent regarding terrorism outlined.
REPORTER: Carl Stern

Reporter(s):
Mudd, Roger;
Stern, Carl
Duration:
00:02:30

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