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Ukraine / Russian Invasion / Poland / Clark Interview #1399567

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 16, 2022
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Pentagon: Alex Marquardt) The report that a missile hitting Poland across the border from Ukraine was a Ukrainian air defense missile, not rom Russia, while Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is saying it was not a Ukraine missile, that NATO is blaming Russia for the war in Ukraine discussed. [Defense Secretary Lloyd AUSTIN - says a Ukraine missile landed in Poland.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Ukraine: Sam Kiley) The view from Ukraine on where the misfile in Poland came from since Ukraine was defending against Russian missiles discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's retired Gen. Wesley Clark about Poland, Ukraine & NATO. [CLARK - offers views on Ukraine's use of defense missiles with one going off course into Poland, how Poland could be better protected, the need to not overreact, on Russia's stockpile of missiles.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquardt, Alex;
Kiley, Sam

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