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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The terrorism attack last November 13 in Paris, France, that included five coordinated attacks reviewed; scenes shown; photo of Saleh Abdeslam, who became the focus of an international manhunt until a raid in Brussels, Belgium captured him..
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Brussels: Nima Elbagir) The sequence of events in Brussels following the Tuesday raid that led to Abdeslam's capture after an initial escape, how the threat level stays fluid discussed; scenes shown from the area where he grew up & was caught.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Peter Bergen, Paul Cruickshank & Philip Mudd about the terrorist's capture in Belgium. [CRUICKSHANK - reviews the manhunt leading to his capture in Moelenbek.] [BERGEN - offers views on how Abdeslam evaded capture for four months, on the issue of Europe sharing information about terrorists.] [MUDD - explains the cultural role in the neighborhood that kept the police at bay; expresses skepticism about countries passing intelligence information.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Elbagir, Nima
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