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CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 23, 2015
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(Studio: John Berman; Paris: Clarissa Ward; Brussels: Drew Griffin) The discovery near Paris of a suicide vest likely linked to terrorist Salah Abdeslam, who is still being hunted in Belgium ten days after the attacks on Paris despite hundreds of police raids, the ongoing high threat level in Belgium, the arrests & charges in Belgium after multiple raids discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Cruickshank, retired Col. Cedric Leighton & CNN's Clarissa Ward about the developments in France & Belgium. [CRUICKSHANK - talks about what can be learned from the found suicide vest, the concern that another attack team is planning an attack in Belgium.] [LEIGHTON - talks about tracking Abdeslam.] [WARD - comments on the unidentified third person found dead in St. Denis, on the US travel alert based on intelligence; notes the mistrust of authorities in these neighborhoods.]

Berman, John;
Ward, Clarissa;
Griffin, Drew

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