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Terrorism / al-Libi / Al Shabab #1067425

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Oct 06, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) Live discussion held with retired Maj. Gen. James "Spider" Marks† and former CIA officer Gary Berntsen† about operations by US forces that led to the capture of Al Qaeda member Abu Anas al-Libi† in Tripoli, Libya and a raid targeting an Al Shabab leader in Baraawe, Somalia. [In exclusive interview, al-Libi’s wife Umm Abdul RAHMAN† {thru translator} - says she saw Libyans and didn’t see Americans.] [From Oakton, Virginia, MARKS; from Jacksonville, Florida, voice of BERNTSEN – talk about the missions by Navy SEAL Team 6 and Delta Force; react to Rahman’s claims about the involvement of Libyans.]
Lemon, Don

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