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CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 18, 2015
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(Studio: John Berman) California Governor Jerry Brown's declaration of a state of emergency for San Bernardino after the Dec. 2 shooting noted.

(Atlanta: Elizabeth Cohen) The warnings from a former Al Qaeda recruiter to the US about dealing with terrorism presented; video clips shown. [In disguise, "Abu HUMIYA"@- explains ISIS videos versus those from the US government: the imagery, the animation, the graphics versus the government preachy approach.] [Middle East Research Inst. Alberto FERNANDEZ@- explains the small government operation of messages.] [State Department Richard STENGEL@- says it is a difficult challenge for slow-moving government.]

Berman, John;
Cohen, Elizabeth

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