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From the archives: Osama Bin Laden profile

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January 16, 1997, nearly four years before the 9/11 terror attacks,  NBC Nightly News aired the first network television report on Osama Bin Laden.  NBC's Tom Brokaw referred to Bin Laden as "maybe the most dangerous man in the world."  NBC's Andrea Mitchell profiles Bin Laden who commanded a business empire dedicated to terrorism.