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Niger / US Soldiers' Death / The Investigation #1117399

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 19, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The investigation into the death of four US soldiers in Niger introduced. [White House chief of staff Gen. John KELLY - answers question about the Niger investigation.] [In response to questions while walking, Senator John McCAIN - comments on the investigation.]

(Washington: Jim Sciutto) The investigation of the Niger combat mission attacked by ISIS-affiliated fighters with a search & rescue operation to recover the body of Sgt. La David Johnson featured; Niger map shown. [Secretary of Defense Gen. James MATTIS - talks about the DOD investigation, the realties for troops in a counterterrorism campaign, the attempts to bring everyone out at once.] [Military analyst retired Col. Steve WARREN†- talks about the Niger environment.] How the Pentagon is not answering hard questions at this time with Johnson being missing for 48 hours discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Sciutto, Jim
Duration:
00:05:30

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