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Germany / Berlin Truck Attack / Amri / A Discussion #1105408

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 21, 2016
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(Studio: John Berman; Berlin: Erin McLaughlin) The manhunt for Tunisian Anis Amri† for the terrorism attack in Berlin, Germany, by a delivery truck in a Christmas market, how Amri was once arrested & released, what Amri's father said about his son in an Italian prison before moving to Germany & the current security presence in Berlin discussed; scenes shown from the area.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's terrorism analyst Paul Cruickshank, "The Daily Beast"'s "ISIS" author Michael Weiss & CNN's Peter Bergen about Berlin. [CRUICKSHANK, WEISS, BERGEN - offer views on Amri's background as a danger in Germany, his link to an ISIS recruiter in Germany Abu Alla, Amri's links to a support network, why he was not held after being arrested despite his extremist ties, the issues about Tunisia.]

Berman, John;
McLaughlin, Erin

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