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India / Mumbai Attacks / A Discussion #912752

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 26, 2008
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(Studio: Erica Hill) Live pictures out of Mumbai, India, following terrorist attacks on 10 targets, including the Oberoi and Taj hotels, shown.

(Studio: Erica Hill) Live discussion continued with NYU center on law and security Paul Cruickshank, former CIA acting director John McLoughlin and security analyst Ken Robinson about the Mumbai attacks; inset scenes shown from Mumbai. [In-studio, CRUICKSHANK - indicates it is probably some kind of established jihadist group trying to send a message to the world, the aim of punishing the US and Britain for warring in the region.] [McLOUGHLIN - says India may be a breeding ground for terrorism; comments on motives: the grievances of the Muslim population there.]

Hill, Erica

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