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Mediterranean Sea / Plane Crash / A Discussion (Part III) #1098930

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 20, 2016
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(Studio: John Berman) New flight data from EgyptAir Flight 804 that crashed into the sea introduced.

(Studio: John Berman; Paris: Atika Schubert) The security changes at the airport in Paris after the plane crash, why red badge security agents lost their privileges discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with held with CNN's David Soucie, Juliette Kayyem & former CIA/FBI's Philip Mudd about the plane crash. [MUDD, KAYYEM, SOUCIEĀ - offer views on the problems of security checks for workers at airports like Charles de Gaulle, crash theories that are eliminated, how an explosive could have done the damages on this plane, the ACARS data weighing toward terrorism.]

Berman, John;
Schubert, Atika

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