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Nightline #648259

ABC Special for Wednesday, Dec 18, 1996

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  • Live discussions with Ted Koppel (ABC), BBC reporter Sally Bowen, former US Ambassador to Peru Alvin Adams, and Mark Potter (ABC) re: the holding of hostages at Japan's diplomatic compound in Lima (Peru) by the Peruvian revolutionary group Tupac Amaru.
  • Discussion between Koppel and John Quinones (ABC) re: US citizen Lori Berenson's imprisonment in Peru for her involvement with the Tupac Amaru, including videotape of the facility where she's imprisoned.
  • Taped segment with Dave Marash (ABC), Bowen, Lawrence Birns of the Council on Hemispheric Affairs, Miraflores (Peru) Mayor Fernando Andrade, Adams, State Department Spokesman Nicholas Burns, and former Deputy Chief of Mission Ernest Preeg.

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