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Saudi Arabia / Terrorism Plot #858757

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 28, 2007
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(London: Mike Lee) The terrorism plot in Saudi Arabia in which terrorists were trained to fly planes for suicide attacks featured; scenes shown from state-run TV; details given about the 172 suspects linked to Al Qaeda, the training abroad and the ongoing danger. [The Nixon Center Alexis DEBAT†- talks about the scale of an attack on oil facilities; states Iraq is now a factory turning out Al Qaeda operatives.]

(Studio: David Muir) Live interview held with former counterterrorism official Richard Clarke about the Saudi plot. [CLARKE†- states this is proof 9/11 could happen again.]

Muir, David;
Lee, Mike

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