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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 14, 2001
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) London "Times" story on Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden's nuclear secrets found reported. [In live interview, "New York Times" senior writer Judith MILLER - says bin Laden has been trying to require nuclear, chemical and biological weapons; indicates the administration says bin Laden does not have nuclear weapons, but is relentless in pursuit of chemical weapons like cyanide gas; states that biological weapons are hard to spot, thus becoming a daunting intelligence challenge; affirms she is not surprised by the collapse of the Taliban because they were hugely unpopular in Afghanistan.]

Brown, Aaron

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