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Terrorism / Kenya / Attacks on Israelis / Israelis vs. Palestinians #715474

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 28, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Mombasa, Kenya: Maureen Maher) Two terrorist attacks on Israelis in Kenya featured; details given of the suicide bombing of the Paradise hotel in Mombasa, Kenya, and of missiles fired at an Israeli aircraft from the Mombasa airport; scenes shown of wrecked buildings & injured people. [Three PEOPLE – describe what happened.] The view that Al Qaeda is responsible for the attacks despite claims of responsibility from the Army of Palestine noted; footage shown of Al Qaeda’s 1998 attacks on US embassies in Kenya & Tanzania. [Terrorism expert Magnus RANSTORP†- says there are a lot of missiles out there that could be directed against targets.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv: David Hawkins) The narrow escape by the Israeli jetliner that was fired on featured; video shown from inside the plane; scenes shown of passengers at Ben-Gurion International airport. [Arkia Airlines pilot Rafi MAREK††, passengers Osher ATIAS†, Ofir SHTARIN†, Shosh LAHAV†- describe their reaction.] A Palestinian attack outside the Likud Party headquarters in Beit Shean††, Israel, & Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s victory over former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu†† in the election reported; scenes shown.

Roberts, John;
Maher, Maureen;
Hawkins, David

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