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Middle East / ISIS #1081763

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 02, 2014
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(Studio: Deborah Feyerick) Report introduced.

(Gaziantep, Turkey: Nick Paton Walsh) A boost for Syrian Kurds fighting ISIS with the arrival of reinforcements of Peshmerga Kurds from Iraq featured; scenes shown of heavy weapons en route from Suruc, Turkey and of Kurds in Paris & Berlin rallying for Kobani, Syria.

(Studio: Deborah Feyerick) Live conversation held with “The Daily Beast” contributor Jamie Dettmer† about the fight for Kobani. [DETTMER – explains why it took so long for reinforcements to arrive and whether they will tip the balance; comments on the US strategy in Syria and setbacks for the Syrian rebels; notes the danger of ISIS getting stronger by allying with other jihadist groups.]

Reporter(s):
Feyerick, Deborah;
Walsh, Nick Paton
Duration:
00:05:50

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