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Terrorism / Kenya / Bombing / Missiles / Israel #715420

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 29, 2002
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Mombasa, Kenya: Sheila MacVicar) The suicide bombing at the Paradise tourist hotel in Mombasa, Kenya & the missile attack on an Israeli plane leaving the airport featured; amateur video shown from the hotel before & after the explosion; scenes shown from the site where the missiles were launched. [Hotel director Yehuda SULAMI†- describes what happened at the hotel.] [At the Moi airport, scrapyard workers David EHUJI†, Dismas WERE†- describe what happened.] [At the scene, Kenyan President Daniel arap MOI - comments.] The discovery of a homemade detonator noted & the cooperative Kenyan-Israeli investigation & the porous nature of the Somalia-Kenyan border discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Statement from a survivor at the Kenyan hotel quoted.

(Jerusalem: Matthew Chance) Israel's vow of revenge for the Kenya terrorist attacks featured; scenes shown of the bombing survivors returning to Israel. [At the airport, three ISRAELIS - comment on safety issues.] [Israeli Prime Minister Ariel SHARON {thru translator} says Israel will combat those engaged in bloodletting.] The Palestinian attack in Beit Shean, Israel, noted; funeral scenes shown. The work by the Mossad & Kenyan authorities at the Mombasa sites discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
MacVicar, Sheila;
Chance, Matthew
Duration:
00:10:10

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