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Terrorism / Indonesia #740258

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 21, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) President Bush’s stop in Singapore as he continues his Asia-Pacific tour and tomorrow’s stop in Bali, Indonesia, the site of suicide bombings last year, noted; scenes shown.

(Tokyo: Barry Petersen) The threat of terrorism in Indonesia featured; video shown of terrorists training; details given about the extent of the terrorist network across southeast Asia and the belief that terrorist groups are financially supported by Al Qaeda, funneled through a Muslim charity called Kompak††. [International Crisis Group Sidney JONES†- says the US is seen as “Enemy Number 1” against Islam by these people.] [American businessman Tom CASTLE†- comments on changes in the ways Americans in Indonesia live.]

Rather, Dan;
Petersen, Barry

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