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Iraq / Airstrikes / ISIS #1082505

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 09, 2014
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(Studio: Poppy Harlow) The uncertainty about whether ISIS leader Abu al-Baghdadi†† was killed in recent coalition airstrikes noted.

(Washington: Brian Todd) Al-Baghdadi profiled; details given about Al Qaeda’s decision to sever relations with him. [Former National Security Council official Douglas OLLIVANT†- says al-Baghdadi is a very brutal fighter who would execute his rivals.] [CNN terrorism analyst Paul CRUICKSHANK†- says al-Baghdadi is emerging as a central figure in the jihadist movement.]

(Studio: Poppy Harlow) Live discussion held with “The Daily Beast” special correspondent Michael Daly† and CNN national security analyst Robert Baer† about al-Baghdadi. [DALY – says if al-Baghdadi were injured it doesn’t change things much.] [BAER – says assassination works when a group like ISIS is falling apart; comments on the people surrounding al-Baghdadi.]

Reporter(s):
Harlow, Poppy;
Todd, Brian
Duration:
00:07:40

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