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U.S. / Turkish Airlines / Ali Ahmed Jama Jangali / Deputy Administrator #1168384

NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 08, 2016
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Investigators have released potential key evidence of the bombing of a passenger plane over Somalia. A video that they believe captured the handoff of the bomb that later blasted a hole in the fuselage. NBC is Keir Simmons shows us what's on the tape. The new video shows two men coolly walking through an airport. They appear to be airport staff one carrying what looks like a laptop. But authorities now believe that laptop was likely a bomb and this is the moment they hand it to an alleged suicid...
Reporter(s):
Keir Simmons
Duration:
00:01:27

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