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Terror on Tape: Face of Evil #708697

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 23, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) CNN's week of coverage of the Al Qaeda videotapes reviewed.

(Atlanta: Nic Robertson) The cross section of material in the Al Qaeda tapes reviewed; tape excerpts shown of young Al Qaeda fighters in Afghanistan, of war in Chechnya, Russia, of training in Burma, of Islamic fighters in Eritrea, of Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden††, of the news coverage of September 11. ["Inside AL Qaeda" author Rohan GUNARATNA†- says the tapes give a comprehensive picture of Al Qaeda's global reach.] [University of St. Andrews Magnus RANSDORP†- says bin Laden†† uses the whole spectrum of technology.] [Terrorism analyst Peter BERGEN†- reacts to the videotaping.] The significance of the Al Qaeda tapes as viewed by the experts & why Al Qaeda made the tapes discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) CNN's Sunday special on the tapes announced.

Brown, Aaron;
Robertson, Nic

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