This program is 27 minutes long
(Studio: Dan Rather) Questions remaining unanswered about United States bombing raid on Libya listed on screen, discussed.
(Tripoli, Libya: Allen Pizzey) (Audio report) Contd. anti-aircraft firing here described.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Indications that Muammar el-Kadhafi survived explained.
(Tripoli, Libya: Allen Pizzey) Extent of damage here, include destruction of Kadhafi family home, examined; scenes shown. Kadhafi's televised appearance described, his remarks outlined on screen.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Possibility of coup in Libya considered. Size of US raid described.
(DC: David Martin) Possibility downed United States plane was responsible for unanticipated damage to civilian areas explained, discussed. [Admiral William CROWE - notes indication that plane was hit by ground fire.] Libyan TV's portrayal of raid shown. [Sir Eldon GRIFFIThigh school - comments on raid.] Evacuation of most Coast Guard personnel from Lampedusa, Italy, following Libya's missile attack mentioned. Status of USSR naval presence in region cited.
(Studio: Dan Rather) [Defense Secretary Caspar WEINBERGER - discusses possible cause of civilian casualties in Tripoli, lack of confirmation regarding death of Kadhafi child, rumor that Italy denied refueling rights for US planes.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Possibility United States embassy employee shot in Khartoum, Sudan, was victim of Libyan-backed Abu Nidal terrorist organization reported; details given. State Department's travelers warning about Sudan outlined.
(DC: Bill Plante) [President REAGAN - warns Muammar el-Kadhafi about US resolve.] Admin. said blaming USSR as well as Libya for recent West Berlin nightclub bombing; details given. [State Department spokesperson Bernard KALB - claims US asked USSR and East Germany to restrain Libya; blames their failure to do so for United States bombing of Libya; condemns USSR 's attitude toward preparing for 2nd summit.] Reagan said ready to break portions of Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) II agreement; details given.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Public's reaction to Washington storm said illustrating nation's tension over Libya; details given.
(NYC: Bruce Morton) United States reaction to bombing Libya examined; scenes, portions of anti-Kadhafi songs played. [PEOPLE - support raid.] Findings of CBS News-"New York Times" poll outlined on screen, discussed. [PEOPLE - express their opinions.] [Monday, REAGAN - notes Kadhafi assumed United States would be passive.] [Jose RIBAS - comments on brother's death.]
(London, England: Tom Fenton) "Daily Mirror" said reflecting mood in Europe today over United States raid on Libya; scenes shown. [American STUDENTS - describe pressure from peers.] [Libyan ambassador to Italy Abdul Rahman SHALGAM - threatens attacks on all United States ints.] Pol. heat on Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher for allowing United States to launch raid from bases in Great Britain mentioned. [In Parliament, voice of THATCHER - warns public to be cautious.] [WOMAN - resents President Reagan's sense of security in face of Europeans' vulnerability to terrorism.] (Artist: Richard Cole)
(Studio: Dan Rather) Status of Congress debate over President Reagan's request for incrd. military aid to anti-government Nicaraguan guerrillas reported
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(DC: Rita Braver) Draft recommendations of President Commission on Pornography listed on screen, examined. [ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) spokesperson Barry LYNN - condemns proposal to create citizen patrols.] [June 20, 1985, commission WITNESS - comments.] Cmsn.'s effort to determine link between pornography and violence discussed. [Southland Corporation president Jere THOMPSON - explains removing "Playboy" and "Pent house" mags. from company's 7-Eleven stores.] [LYNN - considers such view simplistic and leading to massive censorship; elaborates.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Rescue of Jennifer Guinness from her Irish kidnappers reported; abductors said not linked to IRA. Scenes shown .
(Studio: Dan Rather) Factors to be taken into consideration by public in assessing United States raid on Libya examined; Muammar el-Kadhafi compared to Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini and Syria's President Hafez al-Assad. Past terrorist attacks on United States and their country of origin reviewed. [Council on For. Relations spokesperson Paul KREISBERG - doubts that Kadhafi's absence will be noticed in terrorist mvt.] [Terrorism expert Gary SICK - cites extent of non-state sponsored terrorism.] [Terrorism expert Prof. Paul WILKINSON - discusses decision to attack Libya rather than Syria or Iran.] [SICK - notes psychological ploy of attack benefitting administration] Upcoming item announced.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Jacksonville, Florida: Peter Van Sant) Return here of ships involved in recent Gulf of Sidra conflict with Libya featured; scenes shown. [Chief Robert ANDERSON - explains security precautions for USS Saratoga's arrival.] [PEOPLE - note strain on families of ship's uncertainity; praise recent events.] [Crew MBRS. - agree.]