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Syria / ISIS Crisis / Air Strikes / A Discussion #1072153

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 24, 2014
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(Studio: United Nations) Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: Barbara Starr) The new air strikes against ISIS money-making oil targets in eastern Syria with help from Saudi Arabia & the United Arab Emirates reviewed; map shown.

(United Nations: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Tom Foreman) The importance of the air strikes against ISIS oil territories in Syria that makes ISIS wealthy reviewed; map shown.

(United Nations: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with retired Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling & retired USAF Lt. Col. Rick Francona about ISIS; map shown. [HERTLING - talks about the strategic bombing strikes in Syria to cut into the group's funding as was done against Al Qaeda in Iraq; admits Baghdad was threatened by ISIS.] [FRANCONA - says these are desert areas that were hit, but Iraqis have not taken back territory so we need to keep bombing in Iraq & Syria.]

Nations, United;
Starr, Barbara;
Cooper, Anderson;
Foreman, Tom

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