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Belgium / Brussels Terrorism Attacks / A Discussion (Part II) #1096800

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 24, 2016
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(Studio: John Berman; Brussels: Nick Paton Walsh ) Live pictures shown from Brussels, Belgium, where anti-terrorism operations are underway after the attacks on the city with six arrests with at least three men being sought introduced. Live discussion continued with CNN's Paul Cruickshank, Juliette Kayyem & Bob Baer about the days after the terror attacks in Brussels. [KAYYEM - talks about the nature of this kind of big city sweep in Brussels.] [BAER - says the Belgians are learning about guerrilla warfare with time-consuming investigations.] [CRUICKSHANK - recounts the police finding Salah Abdeslam & others in Brussels that accelerated the attack plans.]
Berman, John;
Walsh, Nick Paton

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