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Pakistan / Americans Murdered / Karachi Violence #604864

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 11, 1995
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Karachi: Jim Maceda) The murder of two American consulate workers in Pakistan, a nation rife with terrorist violence, updated; scenes shown of services for the two victims, whose bodies will be returned to the US; scenes shown from the site in Karachi, Pakistan, of the murders and of another bombing. [US Consul General Mary Virginia KENNEDY - speaks of the tragedy.] [American resident Laura RING - admits Americans will be targeted; wonders whether she can stay.] [Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir BHUTTO - talks about security against terrorism.]

Maceda, Jim;
Williams, Brian

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