Update Re: Marine, French Barracks Bombed In Beirut #882044
CBS Special for Monday, Oct 24, 1983
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Special edition of CBS Morning News updating the bombing of military barracks in Beirut, Lebanon in which U.S. and French military servicemen were killed, hosted by Bill Kurtis and Diane Sawyer.
Reports by Doug Tanelle, Larry Pintak, and Bill Lynch.
Interviews with Said Rajai Khorasani, Iranian Ambassador to United Nations, Gary Hughs, Gail Courville, Sandra Axton, Mayor Maurice Arel of Nashua, New Hampshire, Matthew Arel, Denise Plante, Matthew Plante, Professor Fouad Ajami, Johns Hopkins University, and Dr. Joyce Starr of Georgetown University.
Excerpt press conference Marine Commandant General P.X. Kelly.
- Tanelle, Doug;
- Pintak, Larry;
- Lynch, Bill;
- Deshler, Steve
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