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Focus (Society: Terrorism) #592849

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 16, 1993
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) The potential for more acts of terrorism in American society examined; scenes shown from the February 26 bombing of the World Trade Center. Report from Republican members of Congress on terrorism quoted. [Republican task force on terrorism Yossef BODANSKY - says Middle Eastern terrorist leaders talked about carrying out bombings in the US.] Linking of two more Arabs, Mohammad Ajaj and Ramzi Ahmad Yousef, trained at terrorist training camps in Pakistan to the World Trade Center bombing detailed; scenes shown of the training of Islamic fundamentalists at these camps. [Former CIA director Robert GATES - talks about the camps in Pakistan.] Recent terrorist bombing in the financial district of Bombay, India, shown.

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