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France / Attacks on Paris #1092077

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 16, 2015
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(Paris: Anderson Cooper) Various images shown from across France in the aftermath of the terrorism attacks on Friday on Paris shown. The manhunt for another suspect & a possible threat against the US introduced; scenes shown of video from outside & inside the concert hall on Friday with gunfire heard, the explosion by the soccer stadium, shooting at several restaurants, street memorials; details given about the background of some of the terrorists, the manhunt for Salah Abdeslam, French air strikes on ISIS targets in Syria. [Voice of survivors Julien PEARCE@, Denis PLAUD@- describe what happened in the random shooting.] [At the Antalya Summit, President OBAMA - talks about action.]

(Paris: Anderson Cooper, Jim Sciutto) The investigation into the mastermind, Abdelhamid Abaaoud%, of the attacks that are linked to ISIS leadership, the several vehicles that have been found discussed.

(Paris: Anderson Cooper; Brussels: Nima Elbagir) The hunt in Belgium for the eighth suspect, Salah, the status of weekend arrests, the release of one of the brothers discussed; photos shown.

(Paris: Anderson Cooper; New York: Deborah Feyerick) The security responses in the US to ISIS threats against Washington, DC, reviewed

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