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Ukraine / Plane Disaster / Conflict #1128818

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 26, 2014
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(Studio: Miguel Marquez) Report introduced.

(Kiev: Kyung Lah) The conflict between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russia rebels in eastern Ukraine featured; details given about the movement of tanks toward Donetsk; photos shown of residents fleeing and the influx of refugees into Russia. The increased awareness of the conflict because of the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 and Russia’s efforts to move more troops and equipment into the area discussed.

(Studio: Miguel Marquez) Live discussion held with retired Lt. Col. Rick Francona†, former CIA operative Bob Baer†, safety analyst David Soucie†, and former accident investigator for NTSB and FAA Alan Diehl† about Ukraine’s new military offensive and the investigation of this crash in a war zone. [FRANCONA, BAER, SOUCIE, DIEHL – express views on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s buildup of forces, the security of the crash site, the Ukrainian army’s efforts to take back Donetsk and eastern Ukraine, and the response from the West.]

Reporter(s):
Marquez, Miguel;
Lah, Kyung
Duration:
00:10:30

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