Terrorism: Fingering the Disco Bomber

Fingering the Disco Bomber

& The explosion last April that wrecked La Belle, a West Berlin discotheque popular with U.S. servicemen, is still reverberating in Western Europe. The disco bomb killed two Americans and a Turkish woman and wounded 230 others; ten days later, following charges that Libya was responsible, President Reagan ordered bombing raids against targets in Libya. Last week West German police arrested Christine Gabriele Endrigkeit, 27, a native of West Berlin. She is allegedly an associate of jailed Jordanian Terrorist Achmed Nawaf Mansour Hazi, who has been convicted of bombing the German-Arab Friendship Society building in West Berlin a week before the...

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