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France / Attacks on Paris #1092146

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 17, 2015
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(Paris: Chris Cuomo; London: Max Foster) The stadium bomb scare in Hannover, Germany, linked to an Iraqi "sleeper cell" featured; scenes shown from outside the venue of police evacuation after the Germany-Netherlands match was canceled.

(Paris: Chris Cuomo, Jim Sciutto) The manhunt for two fugitive terrorists, including Salah Abdeslam & another unidentified man, discussed.

(Paris: Chris Cuomo; Washington: Evan Perez) The evidence of multiple cell phones linked to the coordinated attacks on Friday in Paris & the debate over encrypted phones technology discussed.

(Paris: Chris Cuomo, Clarissa Ward, Paul Cruickshank) The intelligence about a bomb plot at the German soccer stadium, the indications of more plotters beyond the seven terrorists, the problem of open borders in Europe, the need for information sharing in Europe discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cuomo, Chris;
Foster, Max;
Jim, Chris Cuomo,;
Perez, Evan;
Clarissa, Chris Cuomo,
Duration:
00:13:00

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