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December 23, 1988 | DAN FISHER and WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, Times Staff Writers
Acting on a telephone tip, the State Department on Dec. 9 alerted all American diplomatic missions in Europe that associates of Palestinian terrorist Abu Nidal reportedly intended to smuggle a bomb onto a Pan American World Airways flight originating in Frankfurt before Christmas, U.S. and airlines officials disclosed Thursday. According to a copy of the alert, Pan Am had already been made "aware of the threat information."
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December 23, 1988 | DAN FISHER and WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, Times Staff Writers
Acting on a telephone tip, the State Department on Dec. 9 alerted all American diplomatic missions in Europe that associates of Palestinian terrorist Abu Nidal reportedly intended to smuggle a bomb onto a Pan American World Airways flight originating in Frankfurt before Christmas, U.S. and airlines officials disclosed Thursday. According to a copy of the alert, Pan Am had already been made "aware of the threat information."
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February 13, 1987
The State Department has decided to close seven consulates--five of them in Western Europe--this year because of a sharp reduction in the money available for foreign operations, Administration officials said. They said the consulates to be closed are in Dusseldorf, West Germany; Goteborg, Sweden; Lyon, France; Maracaibo, Venezuela; Salzburg, Austria; Tangier, Morocco, and Turin, Italy. Officials said the U.S.
NEWS
February 13, 1987
The State Department has decided to close seven consulates--five of them in Western Europe--this year because of a sharp reduction in the money available for foreign operations, Administration officials said. They said the consulates to be closed are in Dusseldorf, West Germany; Goteborg, Sweden; Lyon, France; Maracaibo, Venezuela; Salzburg, Austria; Tangier, Morocco, and Turin, Italy. Officials said the U.S.
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