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Germany / Berlin Truck Attack / Amri / A Discussion #1105454

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 22, 2016
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(Studio: John Berman; Berlin: Erin McLaughlin) The manhunt for Tunisian Anis Amri† for the terrorism attack in Berlin, Germany, his links to an ISIS recruiting network, Amri's background, the reopening of the Christmas market, discussed; truck video & the market shown.

(Studio: John Berman; Washington: Evan Perez) What the US knows about Amri, who is on the no-fly list, the role of the US intelligence in the Amri manhunt discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's security analyst Bob Baer & terrorism analyst Paul Cruickshank about the Berlin attack. [BAER, CRUICKSHANK - offer views on why Amri was not detained in Germany, what was known about Amri's ties to ISIS & terrorism threats, why he was not arrested, questions about his whereabouts.] [BAER - offers views on Edwin Snowden's contacts with Russian intelligence after his defection.]

Berman, John;
McLaughlin, Erin;
Perez, Evan

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