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Reagan on Libya Air Strikes

On April 14, 1986, President Ronald Reagan addresses the nation to announce that he has authorized a series of air strikes against Lybia. The military action was ordered as retaliation for a Berlin terrorist bombing, which Reagan describes as the latest act in Lybia's "reign of terror."

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    On April 14, 1986, President Ronald Reagan addresses the nation to announce that he has authorized a series of air strikes against Lybia. The military action was ordered as retaliation for a Berlin terrorist bombing, which Reagan describes as the latest act in Lybia's "reign of terror."

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