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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 05, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on a new terrorism warning for the Olympic Games to be held in Sochi, Russia, that terrorists may be targeting planes with explosives in toothpaste tubes re-introduced; CNN poll on the terrorism threat cited; details given about problems with the unfinished hotels in Sochi with reporter Tweets quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Sochi: Ivan Watson) The terrorism concerns beyond the Olympic Games venues rather than at Sochi, a report of the death of a mastermind behind the twin Volgograd bombings and whether everything in the project will be ready by the start of the games discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; no location given: Barbara Starr) The issue of the credibility of the toothpaste terrorism threat and the complexity of such a bomb device discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Watson, Ivan;
Starr, Barbara

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