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War Room (Terrorism: Adelman, Shepperd, Zogby Interview-Part I) #655089

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 21, 2001
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(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with former US arms control director Ken Adelman, US Air Force retired Major General Don Shepperd, and Arab American Institute President James Zogby about the treatment of foreign mercenaries who want to leave Afghanistan and a possible expansion into Iraq of the war against terrorism; map shown of Afghanistan. [SHEPPERD - says granting non-Afghan Taliban soldiers free passage to Pakistan is a bad idea.] [At Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, President BUSH - says Afghanistan is just the beginning of the war on terror.] [ADELMAN - says Iraq should be the next target.] [ZOGBY - says we need the support of our allies and the US should proceed with caution.]

King, John

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