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Syria / ISIS Leader / Commando Raid / A Discussion #1083838

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 18, 2015
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(El Paso, Texas: Anderson Cooper; Pentagon: Barbara Starr) The Delta force commandos' raid in Syria to take down ISIS leader Abu Sayyaf in a firefight with the capture of his wife & the evidence about the deceased US hostages discussed.

(El Paso, Texas: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with global affairs analyst Col. James Reese & former Guantanamo interrogator Zephyr Inst.% Jennifer Bryson about the raid inside Syria. [REESE - explains this high-risk mission that was based on intelligence about high-value targets; talks about ISIS taking Ramadi, Iraq.] [BRYSON - says the wife & a slave were captured & will be talked to.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Starr, Barbara

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