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Canada / Terrorism / Ottawa Shooting / Mayor Interview #1073556

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014
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(Ottawa: Anderson Cooper) A terrorism shooting in Ottawa, Canada, by Michael Zehaf-Bibeau@ introduced. [MAN - describes what happened.] The press announcement from Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper noted. [HARPER - says Canada is not immune from terrorism attacks.]

(Ottawa: Anderson Cooper) Telephone interview held with witness Scott Walsh about the shooting. [Voice of WALSH - describes what happened with the gunman walking along the street & swung his rifle at us, seeing another man nearby.]

(Ottawa: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson about the day's events. [WATSON - says it appears there was just one shooter, who killed a soldier at he National War Memorial; talks about concerns about global terrorism & radicalism.]

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