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(Studio: John Berman; Washington: Pamela Brown) A report that the two Brussels bombers, Ibrahim & Khalid Bakraoui% were on the US terrorism watch list, but were able to operate in Europe, discussed.
(Studio: John Berman; Brussels: Nick Paton Walsh) The police shooting in Brussels at a tram stop of a man possibly with a bomb, with several other arrests in the dragnet in Belgium & Paris discussed; scenes shown from the site.
(Studio: John Berman; Brussels: Clarissa Ward) The terrorism arrests in Germany of a suspicious man linked to the metro bomber & the Brussels raids, the ease with which people move through EU countries' open borders, the arrest in Paris of a terrorism plotter, raids in the suburbs discussed.
- Berman, John;
- Brown, Pamela;
- Walsh, Nick Paton;
- Ward, Clarissa
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