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Belgium / Brussels Terrorism Attacks #1096871

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 26, 2016
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(Studio: Thomas Roberts) Reports introduced.

(Brussels: Bill Neely) The charges against three men, including Faycal Cheffou, in connection with the terrorism attacks in Brussels, Belgium, or terrorism featured; scenes shown from Brussels, including airport photos of the terrorists; details given about the confirmation of the death of American Justin Shuts & the issue of airport security. [President OBAMA - backs Belgium.] The cancellation of a planned marchi n Brussels due to security noted.

(Studio: Thomas Roberts) Report introduced.

(Brussels: Gabe Gutierrez) The American survivors of the airport explosion featured; scenes shown from the airport. [Parents Amber & Court EMPEY, wounded missionary Joe EMPEY%, Richard Norby%'s RELATIVES- comment on what happened in the airport.]

(Studio: Thomas Roberts) Report introduced.

(Brussels: Keir Simmons) The concerns about Europeans radicalized by ISIS who go to Syria & may have returned home as terrorists featured; photos & scenes shown. [Recruit's FATHER - describes what happened to his son.] [Molenbeek youth alderman Sarah TURINE@- talk about the recruiting tactic.]

Reporter(s):
Roberts, Thomas;
Neely, Bill;
Gutierrez, Gabe;
Simmons, Keir
Duration:
00:06:50

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