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CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 15, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The FBI response in the US after the anti-Muslim terrorism attacks in New Zealand on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, introduced; scenes shown from a memorial in Christchurch. [Former FBI agent Josh CAMPBELL - offers views on the FBI search to find any US connection to these attacks against a religious institution.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(No location given: Clarissa Ward) The views of white supremacists & neo-Nazis opposed to the growing population of minorities examined; details given about the 2011 shooting massacre in Norway & the New Zealand manifesto; various scenes shown of rallies & terrorism attacks. The influences on the New Zealand shooter & his manifesto ideology discussed,

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Maajid Nawaz about global far right extremism; inset scenes shown from the memorial to the terrorism victims in Christchurch. [From London, NAWAZ - offerS views on the threads for jihaist terrorism & now the threat of far right terrorism: the victimhood from both groups who feel their lands have been invaded as societies become more polarized, how President Trump could not deliver on his anti-Islam promises, that the violence is increasing because of the conditions as in the UK with more copycat killers as in New Zealand.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Ward, Clarissa
Duration:
00:10:30

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