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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Karachi: Jim Maceda) The ambush and murder of two American consulate workers and the wounding of another in Pakistan featured; scenes shown from Karachi, Pakistan. [Pakistani prime minister Benazir BHUTTO - comments on dealing with terrorism.] [Husband of murdered United States embassy worker Jackie van Landingham, Lloyd van LANDINGHAM - comments on his wife's fear that she might be a possible target.]
(State Department: Andrea Mitchell) NBC News finding that one of the United States murder victims was working for the CIA reported. The possible link of the shootings to the case of Ramzi Ahmed Yousef, who was arrested in Pakistan and extradited to stand trial in the United States in the World Trade Center bombing case, noted. [State Department spokeswoman Christine SHELLEY - says it cost too much to have American vehicles in foreign countries bulletproofed.]
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Maceda, Jim;
- Mitchell, Andrea
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