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Libya / Consulate Attack / Bodies / Commanday Interview / Egypt #1030697

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 14, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The homecoming for the bodies of the four Americans {Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods} killed in the attack on US consulate in Libya shown. [President OBAMA - says the US will never retreat from the world and will work for dignity and freedom: it is American leadership.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Stevens' stepfather Robert Commanday† about his stepson. [COMMANDAY - speaks about the president's speech at the body transfers about the legacy for Chris; states Chris loved Libya and what he meant to the Libyan people.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The eruption of violence in the Arab world reviewed; scenes shown from several countries, including Tunisia.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Arwa Damon, Ben Wedeman and Fran Townsend about the attacks in Libya and Egypt. [DAMON - says a second attack took place at a different second location and the role of the February 17 Brigade; comments on the presence of extremist armed militias.] [From Cairo, WEDEMAN - comments on the running battle near the American embassy in Cairo, the nature of the young men called "ultras," who are hooligans clashing with the police.] [TOWNSEND - says the focus in Libya has been pro-Muammar el-Kadhafi loyalists and now extremist Islamists.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:13:20

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