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Syria / ISIS Crisis / Terrorism Plot / Air Attack / Monaco Interview #1072231

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 23, 2014
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(United Nations: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(U.N.: Pamela Brown) The US sir strikes against the Khorasan Group of Al Qaeda reviewed; details given about the group that aims to carry out attacks against western targets against airplanes using explosives. [Pentagon spokesman R/Adm. John KIRBY - talks about the air strikes to eliminate plots against the US/West.] [Terrorism expert Paul CRUICKSHANK@- talks about the Khorasan Group & bombing techniques; states it is unclear who was taken out.] The intelligence of the group's bombmaking tactics discussed.

(United Nations: Anderson Cooper) President Obama's speech today: [OBAMA - says there is bipartisan support for actions being taken.] Live interview held with homeland security & counterterrorism assistant Lisa Monaco about terrorism. [MONACO- outlines what is in the terrorism alerts, the concern with terrorism groups, the problem of foreign fighters & lone wolf threats from those radicalized; explains the Khorasan Group. a subset of Al Qaeda veterans.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Brown, Pamela

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