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Libya / Weapons of Mass Destruction / Pan Am Flight 103 #744924

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Dec 21, 2003
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Washington: Michael Okwu) The anger & sadness of families of victims of Pan Am Flight 103 over President Bush’s praise of Libyan leader Muammar el-Kadhafi’s agreement to give up his weapons of mass destruction featured; scenes shown from a memorial in Arlington National Cemetery marking the 15th anniversary of the plane’s explosion over Lockerbie, Scotland. [Victims’ parents Daniel & Susan COHEN††, Kathleen FLYNN†- condemn Kadhafi and oppose the possibility of ending sanctions against Libya.] [Victim’s mother Jeanne BOULANGER†- comments on honoring the victims.]

Lin, Carol;
Okwu, Michael

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