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War on Terror / Iraq / Coll Interview #750830

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 19, 2004
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(Islamabad: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kelli Arena) The shifting fronts & shifting tactics in the war on terror examined; details given about how the situation in Iraq is a microcosm for what is happening globally in Asia, Africa & Europe & about the role of Abu Mussab al-Zarqawi. [National Security Advisor Condoleezza RICE†- says Iraq is a central front in the war.] [Rand Corp. Bruce HOFFMAN†, former FBI analyst Matt LEVITT†- comment on terrorist alliances, tactics & its operating environment.] [March 9, CIA director George TENET - talks about the serious threat with or without Al Qaeda.]

(Islamabad: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with "Ghost Wars" author "Washington Post" managing editor Steve Coll† about what is next for Al Qaeda. [From Washington, COLL - talks about Ayman al-Zawahiri & his movement into & out of the mountainous area of Afghanistan & Pakistan; explains how Al Qaeda has metastasized globally & has a vision of societies transformed by a futuristic version of Islam.]

Brown, Aaron;
Arena, Kelli

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