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Iraq / Militants Advance / A Discussion / Hertling Interview #1067246

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 19, 2014
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(Baghdad: Anderson Cooper, Nic Robertson; Erbil: Arwa Damon) The breaking news that ISIS forces have occupied an old chemical weapons plant, the perspective on the Sunni militancy discussed; 2002 footage of the plant area shown.

(Baghdad: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with retired US Forces in Iraq commander Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling about Iraq. [HERTLING - says the US special forces will provide clarity as to what is going on and will provide communications packages to get intelligence.]

Reporter(s):
Nic, Anderson Cooper,;
Damon, Arwa;
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:20

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