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CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 27, 2014
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Another terrorism threat against the Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, reported; scenes shown of the Olympic flame in Dagestan; details given about black widow bombers, the warnings to US athletes about their uniforms. [Wife of US Olympic skier Kate CARGELEN†- talks about the family travel plans.]

(Washington: Anderson Cooper; Makhachkala, Russia: Nick Paton Walsh) The online warning from the group that carried out the recent Volgograd attack, the security situation in Dagestan with the Olympic torch relay and the Kremlin defiance of threats discussed.

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Representative Peter King about the Olympics security. [KING - says he has real concerns about an attack because the Russians have not been sharing intelligence; states he would not attend the Olympic Games because of the threat.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Walsh, Nick Paton

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