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Terrorism / England, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Chechnya #776381

FNC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 18, 2004
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(Studio: Uma Pemmaraju) A radical Muslim cleric’s claim that Al Qaeda is planning a terrorist attack against London and Pakistani tribesmen’s vow to hunt down Al Qaeda fighters in their country reported.

(Kabul, Afghanistan: Greg Palkot) The ongoing hunt for Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden featured; details given about soldiers in the Afghan National Army who are assisting US forces in the search. [Lt. Col. Glenn BRAMWALL‡- describes the soldiers and their training.]

(Studio: Uma Pemmaraju) The death of the leader of Arab fighters in Chechnya reported.

Pemmaraju, Uma;
Palkot, Greg

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