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Terrorism / India Train Bombing / Bergen Interview #833431

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 11, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Security at transit systems around the world following the bombings of the train system in Mumbai {Bombay}, India, noted; multi-screen video & scenes from India shown. [Via videophone, voice of CNN's Jency JACOBS†- describes what happened on the train after the explosion.]

(Mumbai: Seth Doane) The scene in Mumbai reviewed; scenes shown of wreckage & people wandering in the rain.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The importance of the city of Mumbai to the nation's economy noted.

(Washington: To Foreman) The train line route in the center of the city described using a virtual map.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with terrorism analyst Peter Bergen about the India bombings; scenes shown from a Mumbai train station. [BERGEN - describes the two likely terrorist groups behind the bombings that want India out of Kashmir; states the attack is aimed at radicalizing the Muslim population; recalls the militant attack on the Indian parliament after 9/11.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The "raw data" on attacks in Mumbai presented.

Cooper, Anderson;
Doane, Seth;
Foreman, To

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