U.S. Embassy Bombing Trial NPR's Melissa Block reports the prosecution has rested in the trial of four men accused in the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. In presenting its case in New York, the prosecutors called dozens of witnesses and presented a range of evidence from tapes of wiretapped phone conversations to network news interviews with Osama Bin Laden. Some of the most powerful testimony came from people who were injured in the bombings.

U.S. Embassy Bombing Trial

U.S. Embassy Bombing Trial

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NPR's Melissa Block reports the prosecution has rested in the trial of four men accused in the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. In presenting its case in New York, the prosecutors called dozens of witnesses and presented a range of evidence from tapes of wiretapped phone conversations to network news interviews with Osama Bin Laden. Some of the most powerful testimony came from people who were injured in the bombings.