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Egypt / Plane Crash / A Discussion (Part I) #1091528

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 04, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A report from the British intelligence service that a bomb brought down the Russian plane that crashed in Egypt introduced; video from the crash site shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Pentagon: Barbara Starr) The US intelligence suggestions a bomb was on the plane placed there by an ISIS affiliate, the source of the intelligence from ISIS chatter, the view it was a conventional bomb discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; London: Phil Black) The British view a bomb brought down the plane discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Richard Quest, Michael Weiss & retired explosives expert Anthony May about the bomb suggestion. [QUEST - talks about the intelligence on the plane, the various nations involved in the crash investigation; comments on airport security.] [WEISS - talks about an insider if this is an ISIS attack.] [MAY - explains how a barometric pressure switch would work.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Starr, Barbara;
Black, Phil

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