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Plane Hijacking #1060388

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 17, 2014
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(Studio: John Berman; Berlin: Frederik Pleitgen) The hijacking of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 702 bound for Rome by the co-pilot that wound up circling Geneva, the fate of the hijacker and what happened to the passengers discussed. 736:00360 Bulletin

(Studio: John Berman) Report introduced.

(Studio: Susan Hendricks) The impact of turbulence on a plane flight out of Denver; the investigation of claims by a teen, Miranda Barbour††, that she is a serial killer; a report on babies born via reproductive technology and the surprise birth of identical quadruplets reported.

Reporter(s):
Berman, John;
Pleitgen, Frederik;
Hendricks, Susan
Duration:
00:04:30

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