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Good Morning America #656931

ABC Special for Monday, Oct 24, 1983

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  • Discussion re: the bombing of US Marines, French barracks in Beruit, Lebanon. Reported by David Hartman, Joan Lunden

  • Interview: Sen Charles Percy, Illinois / Sen Sam Dunn, Georgia / Henry Kissinger, Former Secretary of State / Said Rajaie-Khorassani, Iranian Ambassador to the UN / William Maynes, Foreign Policy Magazine / Eric Rouleau, Le Monde / Rose Nash, mother of Marine in Lebanon / Rosa Bland, mother of Marine in Lebanon, Rinaldo Petrignani, Italian Ambassador to the US / Meir Rosenne, Israeli Ambassador to the US / Abdallah Bouhabib, Lebanese Ambassador to the US / Helen Ortega, mother of Marine killed in Lebanon in August / Sen Gordon Humphrey, New Hampshire

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