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Terrorism / Philippines, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia / Bergen, Simpson Interviews #728243

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 10, 2003
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Terror attacks in Manila, Philippines, and Karachi, Pakistan, reported; scenes shown of the bombed market in Manila and the site of the bus bombing in Karachi. The deportation of a Saudi Arabian consular official from the US noted. Live discussion held with CNN terror analyst Peter Bergen† and “Wall Street Journal” Glenn Simpson† about the war on terror. [BERGEN – speculates on the bombings in Pakistan & the Philippines; comments on a report in a London-based Arabic news magazine that Al Qaeda is coming back; comments on Saudi Arabia’s search for nineteen members of a terrorist cell.] [SIMPSON – comments on a report that the CIA has known since 1996 that some Islamic charities have links to terrorist groups; says the report will influence the committee investigating the September 11 attacks.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:06:40

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