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World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #732518

CNN Special for Sunday, Oct 07, 2001

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Anchors: 4:00 Judy Woodruff / 4:00 Aaron Brown

Reporters: 4:00 Jonathan Karl / 4:04 Jamie McIntyre / 4:08 Matthew Chance / 4:13 Christiane Amanpour / 4:30 Kamal Hyder / 4:33 John King

Interviews: 4:15:00 Pakistani Defense Analyst Rifat Hussain / 4:20:40 Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger / 4:25:50 Special Envoy of the Northern Alliance Haron Amin / 4:38:20 E.U. Minister Javier Solana / 4:48:00 Counterterrorism Expert Paul Bremmer / 4:53:40 Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Richard Holbrooke

Live video: pictures from Kabul, Afghanistan / 4:05:20 fifteen bombers, twenty-five carrier aircrafts, & fifty Cruise missiles reportedly used / 4:11:20 mapped layout of identified targets / 4:27:00 Northern Alliance spokesman Haron Amin comments on the Northern Alliance's relationship with the Taliban

Video footage: 4:35:00-4:35:20 taped segment of President Bush's statement on ordering attacks on Afghanistan

Public statements: 4:41:50-4:46:30 ATAS CEO Bryce Zabel & CBS President Les Moonves on the postponement of the Emmy Awards Ceremony

Karl, Jonathan;
McIntyre, Jamie;
Chance, Matthew;
Amanpour, Christiane;
Hyder, Kamal;
King, John

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