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Terrorism / Worldwide Alert #1049223

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 03, 2013
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(Studio: Terrell Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jeff Pegues) The closing of US embassies in the Muslim world due to a terrorism plot threat and a travel alert for Americans in the region examined; details given from the State Department report on problems in Yemen from an Al Qaeda affiliate, the embassy bombings 15 years ago and the Benghazi attack last year. [Passenger Nathan BRANDEBURG‡- downplays concerns.]

(Studio: Terrell Brown) Live discussion held with security analyst Juan Zarate about the intelligence. [ZARATE - says authorities are taking the threat seriously and will try to disrupt the plot; explains the challenge for authorities.]

Brown, Terrell;
Pegues, Jeff

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