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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 23, 2015
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(Studio: Erica Hill) Report introduced.

(London: Kelly Cobiella) The story of the subduing by two American service members, Air Force Airman Spencer Stone & Army National Guard Alek Skarlatos@, & others of a gunman {Ayub el-Khazzani%} on a train from Amsterdam to Paris reviewed; scenes shown from the train; details given about the gunman's ties to Islamic extremists. [STONE, SKARLATOS@, friend Anthony SADLER@- react to what happened on the train.] The investigations in France & Belgium noted.

(Studio: Erica Hill) Report introduced.

(Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts: Kristen Welker) The US role in the investigation into the train attack in Europe reviewed.

Reporter(s):
Hill, Erica;
Cobiella, Kelly;
Welker, Kristen
Duration:
00:04:48

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