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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 10, 2006
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[New York Governor George PATAKI - says this reminds us we have to remain vigilant.]

(London: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with CNN terrorism analyst Peter Bergen about the plot to blow up in-flight airplanes. [BERGEN - says it is likely an Al Qaeda operation with some of the plotters trained in Pakistan for something big as the anniversary of 9/11 nears; explains what American airlines are targeted & why this plan may have been too complicated, unlike the 9/11 plot; says these are radicalized British Muslims with ties to Pakistan.]

(London: Anderson Cooper) The CNN special "In the Footsteps of Bin Laden" mentioned.

Cooper, Anderson

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