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Syria / ISIS Crisis / Terrorism Plot / Air Attack / Kirby Interview #1072228

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 23, 2014
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(United Nations: Anderson Cooper, Pamela Brown) A terrorism alert for the US after the first US air strikes in Syria aimed at Khorasan Group of Al Qaeda & the concern about "lone wolf" terrorists discussed.

(United Nations: Anderson Cooper; Pentagon: Barbara Starr) The air strikes against Khorasan targets, a second round of air strikes against ISIS in northern Syria, the question of how active the air strikes will be following the initial targeting discussed.

(United Nations: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with Pentagon spokesman R/Adm. John Kirby about air strikes. [KIRBY - promises a long, difficult struggle with ISIS; comments on the timetable for training Syrian rebels, rebuilding the Iraqi military, the Khorasan Group's plans.]

Pamela, Anderson Cooper,;
Cooper, Anderson;
Starr, Barbara

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