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Turkey / Istanbul Bombings #742351

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 21, 2003
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(Dallas: Dan Rather) The investigation into yesterday’s suicide truck bombings on two British targets in Istanbul, Turkey, noted.

(Istanbul, Turkey: David Hawkins) The question of why Turkey is being targeted by Al Qaeda terrorists examined; scenes shown of funerals for victims of the truck bombings; Al Qaeda’s claim of responsibility quoted; details given about Turkey’s NATO membership and relations with Israel. [Turkish WOMAN, MAN – comment on Turkish freedoms.] [Turkish National Security Council advisor Hassan KONI†- says the pro-Islamic, pro-European government is a threat to Islamists.]

Rather, Dan;
Hawkins, David

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