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Syria, Iraq / ISIS Crisis / Air Strikes #1072889

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 06, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) How ISIS is approaching Kobani%, Syria, despite US air strikes & the situation in Iraq reported.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Sciutto) The fighting between ISIS & Kurds in Kobani, the ISIS advance despite air strikes, the use of US Apache helicopters, which are vulnerable to ground fire, discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Baghdad: Ben Wedeman) The situation in Iraq with the Iraqi troops holding the line against ISIS, the Sunni-Shia element of the fighting discussed. [Retired Army Lt. Gen. Mark HERTLING - comments on "targeting & how air strikes are not designed to counter ISIS movement in urban areas like Kobani.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Sciutto, Jim;
Wedeman, Ben

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