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War on Terror / Threat / Morocco Bombings #728691

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 19, 2003
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) The debate over raising the terror threat level in the US & a statement from Saudi Arabia's Ambassador to US Prince Bandar bin Sultan that something big will happen in the US or Saudi Arabia noted.

(In the suburbs of Casablanca: Jim Bittermann) The aftermath of the suicide bombings in Casablanca, Morocco, featured; scenes shown from the shantytown of Sidi Moumen† on the edge of Casablanca where extremism is on the rise; details given of the view of the neighborhood on the terrorist crime. [In Sidi Moumen, MAN - says there are a lot {of extremists.}]

Woodruff, Judy;
Bittermann, Jim

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