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Plane Disasters / Mali Crash / Safety / A Discussion #1069180

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 24, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Joe Johns) The crash of an Air Algerie plane in the Mali desert likely due to bad weather featured; plane photo, maps shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Paris: Issa Soares) The reaction in France to the crash of the plane carrying many French nationals and the remote nature of the terrain discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Miles O'Brien, aviation analyst David Soucie and former FAA official Michael Goldfarb about the recent plane disasters. [O'BRIEN - talks about the crash of the plane in bad weather.] [GOLDFARB, SOUCIE - explain the FAA decision to keep planes from landing in Tel Aviv, Israel, due to threats.] [O'BRIEN, SOUCIE - talks about the missile downing of the plane in Ukraine.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe;
Soares, Issa

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