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Turkey / Russian Diplomat Assassination / A Discussion #1105354

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 19, 2016
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(Studio: John Berman; Moscow: Clarissa Ward) The shooting in Turkey by a police officer of Andnei Karlov††, the Russian Ambassador to Turkey, featured; scenes shown from the art gallery of the shooter shouting revenge for Aleppo, Syria; details given the responses from Russia & Turkey to the assassination discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with "The Way of Strangers" author Graeme Wood, "ISIS" author Michael Weiss & CNN's Bob Baer about the assassination of the Russian ambassador. [WOOD, BAER, WEISS - offer views on who may be behind the shooting, the amount of protection in Turkey for diplomats, how Russia may escalate its campaign in Syria, what Russian President Vladimir Putin & Turkey President Tayyip Erdogan†† may do now.]

Berman, John;
Ward, Clarissa

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