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India / Mumbai Train Bombings / Emerson Interview #837086

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 11, 2006
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Extra personnel at New York City’s Grand Central Station in response to a series of explosions on trains in Mumbai {Bombay}, India, shown; casualty figures cited.

(London: Fred Francis) The terrorist bombings in India reviewed; scenes shown; details given of the view that rebels from Kashmir were responsible for the attack. [MAN {thru translator} - describes what happened.] [Eurasia Group Amitabh DUBEY†- says the transit system is an obvious target.] [CNBC reporter Tina TANDON††- describes the chaos.] [London School of Economics Sumantra BOSE†- says it’s a sinister message to India’s financial & political elite.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Live interview held with NBC News terrorism analyst Steve Emerson† about the threat of terror attacks on transit systems. [From Washington, DC, EMERSON – outlines why trains are targeted; comments on targeting financial centers.]

Williams, Brian;
Francis, Fred

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