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Spain / Barcelona Terrorism / Van Attack / Cambrils #1114936

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 17, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The van terrorism attack in Barcelona, Spain, reviewed; scenes shown from the boulevard with translated audio on screen; details given about prior attacks in Europe using vehicles as weapons of terror.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Barcelona: Becky Anderson) What is known about a second incident in Cambrils†† with an ongoing police action to take down suspects in a possible terrorism attack, the elements of the Barcelona attack with the van driver having fled, the arrests of two men discussed; inset video from Barcelona & from Cambrils†† shown. [Terrorism analyst Paul CRUICKSHANK - says ISIS has offered no proof of its involvement in Barcelona; comments on the history of terrorism in Spain: the Madrid bombing in 2004.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Anderson, Becky

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