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Terrorism / Pakistan / Americans #962915

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 10, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The death of a top Al Qaeda figure in a drone attack in Pakistan reported.

(Washington: Pete Williams) Yesterday’s arrest of 5 American students in Pakistan who tried to join terror groups updated; scenes shown of the house in Sargodha where they were arrested; details given about why they were turned away; photo shown of Ramy Zamzam††. [Regional police chief Usman ANWAR†- says they were here for jihad.] [Zamzam’s BROTHER – comments.] Other recent incidents involving Muslim Americans mentioned. [Council on American-Islamic Relations Ibrahim HOOPER†- notes information on the Internet leads toward extremist religious views.]

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Williams, Pete
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00:02:50

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