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(Phoenix: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Studio: Brian Ross) Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden's latest message calling Muslims to arms featured; tape excerpts translated, including comments about his survival of the bombing campaign in Afghanistan. [ABC News counterterrorism consultant Vince CANNISTRARO- says bin Laden is asking Muslims to rise up.] [ABC News counterterrorism consultant Jack CLOONAN- says he is going nose-to-nose with the US.]
(Phoenix: Peter Jennings; State Department: Martha Raddatz) The issue of the administration's efforts to link bin Laden's Al Qaeda organization & Iraq & whether the US military is stretched too thin in dealing with both terrorism & Iraq discussed.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) Report to Congress from CIA director George Tenet & FBI director Robert Mueller about a possible radiological attack from Al Qaeda featured. [TENET - talks about the intelligence about plots; outlines what an attack could bring.] [MUELLER - says the greatest threat is from not yet identified Al Qaeda cells.]
- Jennings, Peter;
- Ross, Brian;
- Raddatz, Martha;
- Thomas, Pierre
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