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Afghanistan War / Franks Interview (Part III) #655871

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 10, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) CNN exclusive interview with United States Central Command commander-in-chief General Tommy Franks continued. [FRANKS - says we have access to people who have insight into the September 11 attack; offers his views on the Taliban fighters and on the relationship between Afghan and United States forces; indicates the war against terrorism will play out globally; reviews the "non-stimulating" activities beyond Afghanistan, which will turn out to be one piece of the puzzle; comments on the attack on the USS Cole in Yemen and the September 11 attack.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Tomorrow's continued interview with Franks previewed.

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Brown, Aaron
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00:07:20

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