FNC Evening News for Friday, Aug 20, 2004
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.
(Boston: Alisyn Camerota) The launching of a public relations campaign by the Saudi Arabia government to improve the country’s image reported; details given about Saudi Arabia airing radio ads to show the government was not involved in the September 11 terrorist attacks; audio of ad shown. [Former US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Herman EILTS@- says Saudis dependent on US for security assistance, and they realize they need to do more to explain themselves to the American public.][Saudi Embassy spokesman Nail al-JUBEIR@- says ads will debunk myths from politicians and those trying to undermine the Saudi-US relations.]
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