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Russia / Olympic Games / Terrorism Threat #1089754

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jan 19, 2014
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(Studio: Martin Savidge) Report introduced.

(Volgograd, Russia: Phil Black) A video terrorist threat against tourists who will be in Sochi, Russia for the Olympic Games examined; video from 2 men who claim responsibility for the recent attacks in Volgograd shown; details given of the warning about more attacks in revenge for the deaths of innocent Muslims and the surge in security in Volgograd, where the Olympic torch is scheduled to arrive tomorrow.

(Studio: Martin Savidge) Live discussion held with CNN national security analyst Robert Baer† about Americans’ concerns about safety and security at the Games. [BAER – says he’d be leery of traveling around Russia; doubts there will be much cooperation between the FBI and the Russians; agrees with Senator Angus King†† that he wouldn’t go to Russia; says the Russians can’t ensure 100 percent security.]

Reporter(s):
Savidge, Martin;
Black, Phil
Duration:
00:05:00

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