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Pakistan / Al Qaeda / Zawahiri / Benjamin, Robinson Interview #752539

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 18, 2004
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(Islamabad: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(No location given: Jonathan Mann) The background of Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, who may be cornered in Pakistan, reviewed; details given about his role in terrorist attacks; videos shown of Zawahiri. [In the late 1980s, ZAWAHIRI - talks about Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden††.]

(Islamabad: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with "The Age of Sacred Terror" co-author Daniel Benjamin & CNN national security analyst Ken Robinson about Zawahiri. [From Washington, BENJAMIN - outlines the psychological & symbolic significance of capturing Zawahiri because he is at the heart of the ideology of Al Qaeda; outlines how the US military can help the Pakistanis.] [In Islamabad, ROBINSON - outlines the Pakistani army's effort in chasing Al Qaeda & the intelligence technology the US has in the region.]

Brown, Aaron;
Mann, Jonathan

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