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Saudi Arabia / Riyadh Suicide Bombings #753524

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 21, 2004
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(London: Elizabeth Palmer) The suicide car bombing in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, featured; scenes shown of the destroyed offices of the Saudi security forces and of Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah visiting survivors; details given of dissatisfaction with the Saudi government; video shown of the suicide bombers and Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden threatening the royal family. [Risk Advisory Group David CLARIDGE†- says this has the potential to become a revolutionary situation.] [Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia Saad al-FAQIH†- criticizes the Saudi regime.]

Rather, Dan;
Palmer, Elizabeth

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