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CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 04, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The announcement of tougher screening of passengers coming to the US from 14 countries of interest reported; map shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Umar Abdulmutallab††'s road to terrorism reviewed; map & video shown while his background is reviewed from country to country; details given about cleric Anwar al-Awlaki & how Umar got on a watch list while travelling back & forth, how his father warned the US about his son radicalism. [President OBAMA - says Abdulmutallab†† was trained by Al Qaeda in the Arabian peninsula.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Nic Robertson, Peter Bergen) The extent of the Al Qaeda presence & influence in Yemen, why the US sent US Central Command Gen. David Petraeus to the region, about Umar Abdulmutallab & the environment where extremists views were expounded upon discussed.

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