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Terrorism / Al Qaeda Threats / Fouda Interview / War on Terror #714550

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Nov 16, 2002
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live telephone interview held with Al Jazeera correspondent Yosri Fouda† about new Al Qaeda threats directed at New York City and Washington, DC. [FOUDA – talks about the document he received from Al Qaeda outlining the threats; cites the document’s main ideas; says Al Qaeda is very media-aware.]

(White House: Suzanne Malveaux) Criticism that President Bush’s focus on Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is detracting from the success of the overall war on terror featured; details given about the White House fact sheet listing the accomplishments in the war on terror; translated statements from the Al Qaeda document transcribed on screen. [In radio address, BUSH – says America and the world are watching Saddam closely; states the war on terror is advancing.] [Senator Tom DASCHLE – says we haven’t made much progress in the war on terror.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Malveaux, Suzanne

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