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Turkey / Terrorism / Iraqi Connection #742812

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 28, 2003
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Istanbul: Mike Boettcher) The growing belief that Turkey has become embroiled in Iraq's expanding terrorism battlefield examined; details given about two terrorism groups with strong ties to Ansar al-Islam & about Jordanian-born terrorist Abu Mussab al-Zarqawi††, who is one of the US's most wanted & may direct the terrorist expansion into countries that are American allies. [Turkish terrorism expert Emin DEMEIREL†- {thru translator} comments on the cooperation of Islamic groups; comments on Al Qaeda.] The complexity of the ties between Turkish & Iraqi terrorist groups noted.

Lin, Carol;
Boettcher, Mike

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