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Terrorism / US Security (Part II) #1092330

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 23, 2015
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(Studio: John Berman) The State Department travel alert due to the terrorism threat after the Paris attacks noted.

(Paris: Anderson Cooper) A "60 Minutes" story on US security measures for a Paris-style terrorism attack continued; details given about changing strategies for dealing shootings. [Washington, DC, police Chief Cathy LANIER@- worries about what might be missing in a terrorism attack; explains how Columbine was a turning point for handling a mass shooting; states victims should run, hide or fight before the police get there.] [NYPD commissioner Bill BRATTON@- says we encourage awareness.]

Berman, John;
Cooper, Anderson

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