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Terrorism / Al Qaeda / U.N. Report #709362

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 29, 2002
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Report introduced.

(Washington: Pete Williams) The U.N. report on the funding of the Al Qaeda terrorist movement featured; details given about the support provided by Mounir el-Motassadeq††, indicted yesterday in Germany, to the September 11 hijackers, including leader Mohamed Atta††. [German prosecutor Kay NEHM† {thru translator}- relates the boasts of hijacker Marwan al-Shehhi†† about the attack.] [German ambassador to the US Wolfgang ISCHINGER†- says thru Motassadeq, we will be able to determine where the money came from and be able to stop it in the future.] [Treasury Department Jimmy GURULE†- says we are doing all we can to seize and block terrorist accounts.]

Phillips, Stone;
Williams, Pete

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