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Pakistan / Reporter's Kidnapping #656191

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 30, 2002
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(Saint Paul: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(State Department: Andrea Koppel) The kidnapping in Pakistan of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl updated; details given of the kidnappers' threats and demands; photos shown of Pearl. ["Wall Street Journal" manager editor Paul STEIGER - says Pearl is simply a journalist.] [State Department spokesman Richard BOUCHER - expresses concern about Pearl's safety.]

(Saint Paul: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Karachi: Ben Wedeman) The investigation in Pakistan by Americans and Pakistanis reviewed. [In taped interview, wife of the kidnapped journalist, Marianne PEARL - says she has hope.]

Brown, Aaron;
Koppel, Andrea;
Wedeman, Ben

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