CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 31, 2015
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(Istanbul: Holly Williams) The fire in a luxury skyscraper hotel in Dubai reviewed; scenes shown of the flames. [Voices of Kenneth FLYNN, Angus VILLER- describe what happened.] The decision to go ahead with the city’s New Year’s Eve celebration discussed; scenes shown of the fireworks and the display at the Burj Khalifa.
(Studio: Elaine Quijano) The discovery of a terror threat in Munich, Germany noted.
(London: Elizabeth Palmer) The New Year’s Eve celebrations in Europe reviewed; scenes shown of fireworks in Moscow and Berlin, France’s defense minister with soldiers on patrol in Paris; details given about the decision to cancel the official party in Brussels after the arrests of terror suspects and the arrest of a suspect in the Paris attacks in Molenbeek; photo shown of Paris suspect Salah Abdeslam. [In Paris, TOURIST – says we’re not really scared.] [Brussels MAN – says it’s backing down to the threat of terrorism.] [Brussels club owner Pablo SACCOMANO- says the people need to gather and bond together.] The arrest of terror suspects in Ankara, Turkey noted.
(Studio: Elaine Quijano) Report introduced.
(New York: Don Dahler) Security precautions in the US reviewed; details given about measures taken for celebrations in New York’s Times Square, Los Angeles, where the Rose Bowl parade and football game will take place, and Las Vegas & Pittsburgh, and about the arrest of Emanuel Lutchman, who was charged of plotting a terror attack in Rochester, New York. [NYPD police commissioner Bill BRATTON, Homeland Security special agent Mark SELBY, Pittsburgh event organizer Janice WILSON- comment.]
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