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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - April 19, 1986, Tokyo, Japan of u un r m i M DC I i tft fih tn 5 CK In 85 HW inl IS III 03 me M rir nc ra O ill og ttT 1C m a LT Pacific Stars and Stripes Mini TV and Radio A8 take gun on plane Ditka M Libya raid Ford Carter no Page A3 108 250 AN AUTHORIZED UNOFFICIAL PUBLICATION FOR THE PERSONNEL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL WITHIN THE PACIFIC COMMAND RICHARD STEVENSON April 1986 Libya army units revolt fails WASHINGTON UPI Adminis tration branding obviously a said Thursday several Libyan army units rebelled against after the bombing of Tripoli but were dispersed by forces loyal to the Libyan Hes scared the who asked not to be said of He knows were going after Referring to fighting reported around the officials said there is still a little ferment and activity in but the Reagan administration did not expect the overthrow of or an end to his support of terror with its Tuesday morning attacks on Tripoli and Ben Secretary of State George in a briefing with said was not a direct target of the air if a coup takes thats all to the We know there are lots of people in Libya who think that Libya would be better off if were not and there are even more people not in Libya who think he The administration officials would not link an escalation of terror in recent days a firebomb attack on Marine quarters in for example to the but said President Reagan was aware such a reaction was As for the results of the which Reagan said were to preempt planned attacks by ported terrorists against the officials said they had not ex an overnight There have been reports of fighting around the Libyan capital since the Thursdays briefing was the first official confirmation that the battles were aimed at ousting Kha who himself seized power in a 1969 We know that several army units in the first couple of days after the bombing raids the One even tried to march on The officials also said it was typical See Page A2 Terror wave targets and Britain United Press International bomb threats and American evacuations swept across Europe and the Middle East Thursday in the aftermath of air strikes against Libya and Tripolis calls for The main targets Americans whose president ordered the attacks on two Libyan cities that reportedly killed Libyan leader adopted daughter and whose prime minister approved the first bombing mis sions from English soil since World War See Pages A4 In major developments Thursday Three Western kidnap victims were slain in Lebanon in revenge for the attacks on The State Department ordered the evacuation of dependents and nonessential personnel from Sudan after the Tuesday night shooting of an embassy communications officer that the White House said bears the marks of a Worldwide Television News in New York said Beirut staffer John Patrick a old was abducted by gunmen as he was on the way in a convoy to the Lebanese capitals international Guards at Londons Heathrow Airport found explosives in the luggage of a woman attempting to board an El Al Israel Airlines Boeing 747 flight to Tel Aviv carrying some 400 The young woman was arrested and a search launched for her Arab origin Patrick who has access to intelligence said attackers day night hurled two gasoline bombs at a Embassy site in No injuries were reported Robert the State Departments director of said there had been a dozen bomb threats daily against American embassies since Tuesdays See Page A2 Terrorist Buster comes home Steven and Malynda Smith hold each other on Steven is a boatswains mate assigned board the guided missile cruiser Yorktown to the which was part of the Saratoga Wednesday after the ship returned to the Norfolk Battle AP
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