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Middle East / ISIS / Canada Terrorism #1080613

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Oct 25, 2014
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(Studio: Ana Cabrera) Blows against ISIS in Kumar, Iraq and Kobani, Syria noted. Live interview held with Representative Ed Royce† about terrorism and the threat of the “lone wolf” following two terror attacks in Canada. [Former National Counterterrorism Center director Matthew OLSEN†- says the most likely form of attack is from a homegrown extremist.] [From Orange, California, ROYCE – says preventing a lone wolf attack is more difficult than following an organization like Al Qaeda with a structure; notes ISIS sent a message asking for lone wolf attacks; comments on the attack on Canada’s Parliament; notes it is more difficult to track terrorists after leaks by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden; comments on the propaganda war ISIS is waging via the internet.]
Cabrera, Ana

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