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Today - Re: Achille Lauro: Hijack Capture #659567

NBC Special for Friday, Oct 11, 1985

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NBC Today Show hosted by Bryant Gumble and Jane Pauly with reports from John Palmer, Kieth Miller, Andrea Mitchell, Fred Francis, and Robert Hager.
  • Interviews with Secretary of State George Shultz; Shafik al Hout, PLO UN Delegate; Senator Bob Dole, Majority Leader; Senator Sam Nunn, Georgia; Judith Kipper, American Enterprise Institute; Claire Sterling, The Terror Network; Col. Charles Beckwith, retired; Senator Patrick Leahy, Vermont; unnamed citizens at Penn Station; Richard Gardner, International Law Expert, former ambassador to Italy; Hedayat Abdel Nabi, Egyptian journalist; and Arrigo Levi, Italian journalist.
  • Excerpt press conference Deputy Press Secretary Larry Speakes; and Secretary of State Caspar Weinberger.
  • Reporter(s):
    Palmer, John;
    Miller, Keith;
    Mitchell, Andrea;
    Francis, Fred;
    Hager, Robert
    Duration:
    02:00:00

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