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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 22, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The terror attacks in Brussels, Belgium, from three explosions at the airport & subway with responsibility claimed by ISIS introduced; scenes shown from the explosion sites in Brussels. Live interview held with American Brain Carroll, who was on the subway. [CARROLL - describes what happened at the metro when he felt an explosion, the people were distraught, the problems in getting the train doors open.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What President Obama, who is visiting Cuba, said about the attack in Brussels presented. [OBAMA - says we will support our ally, Belgium--that the world must unite in fighting against terrorism.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Havana: Jim Acosta) The Republican presidential candidates' criticism of Obama for staying in Cuba rather than going back to the White House, the White House explanations for continuing a road trip, his interview in Havana on ESPN discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim

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