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Egypt / Plane Crash / A Discussion (Part I) #1091492

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 03, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Rene Marsh) The US travel warnings for the Sinai peninsula zone where the Russian plane went down in Egypt & the satellite-detected heat flash discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper' Cairo: Ian Lee) The missile/bomb capabilities of anti-government terrorism forces in Egypt discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's aviation analysts David Soucie & Miles O'Brien & military analyst retired Gen. Mark Hertling about the terrorism option. [HERTLING - talks about the terrorism group that has emerged in the Sinai, the group's violence capabilities; comments on airport security in Sharm El Sheikh.] [SOUCIE - talks about what the heat flash could mean for a mechanical failure, an in-flight breakup.] [O'BRIEN - explains the small bomb possibility as in the Lockerbie plane bombing.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marsh, Rene;
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