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FNC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 13, 2005
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(Studio: Rick Folbaum) The confession of Sajida Rashawi, who would have been the fourth suicide bomber in the Amman, Jordan, hotel attacks on November 9, reported; scenes shown of her televised confession. [RASHAWI†- describes the bombing.]

(Washington: Mike Emanuel) Rashawi's bombing attempt at the Radisson with her husband featured; details given on her suicide belt, which contained explosives and ball-bearings, and her ties to terrorist leader Abu Mussab al-Zarqawi; scenes shown of Jordanian King Abdullah's announcement of her arrest. [RASHAWI†- says her husband told her how to blow herself up.]

(Studio: Rick Folbaum) Former President Bill Clinton and Senator Hillary Clinton's tour of the hotel damage in Amman noted; scenes shown. [CLINTON†- offers condolences.]

Reporter(s):
Folbaum, Rick;
Emanuel, Mike
Duration:
00:03:30

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