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Terrorism / Kenya Bombing / Missiles / Israel #715399

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 28, 2002
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Mombasa: Catherine Bond) Videophone report on the suicide car bombing at a hotel in Mombasa, Kenya, against Israeli tourists & the firing of two missiles at an Israeli charter plane that was leaving Kenya featured; scenes shown of the smoking & fiery hotel, of injured people, of the missile launcher near the Mombasa airport.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Jerusalem: Matthew Chance) The story of Israeli passengers on the Arkia charter aircraft that survived the twin missile attack over Kenya featured; scenes shown from the airport in Israel & from video on the plane. [PASSENGERS - describe what happened.] [Arkia Flight 582 pilot Capt. Rafi MAREK†- comments on the "rocket."] The latest attacks inside northern Israel on election day when Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon defeated Benjamin Netanyahu for leadership of the Likud Party reviewed; scenes shown from Beit Shean†.

Cooper, Anderson;
Bond, Catherine;
Chance, Matthew

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