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Afghanistan / Bin Laden Hunt / Bergen, Clark Interview #655516

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 17, 2001
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live discussion held with author/terrorism analyst Peter Bergen and military analyst retired General Wesley Clark about the hunt for Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden. [From Washington, BERGEN - speculates about bin Laden; says it is unlikely bin Laden would allow himself to be captured.] [From Little Rock, CLARK - says the whole mountain area needs to be swept by Eastern Alliance and Marine ground forces; indicates it is a difficult mission for the military to track one man.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Reports that bin Laden may have changed his appearance to get out of Afghanistan noted; pictures shown of bin Laden with different looks.

Brown, Aaron

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