This program is about 1 hour long
(Paris: Anderson Cooper, Clarissa Ward) The investigation into the raid in St. Denis three days ago with the fact that female Hasna Aitboulahcen%, who died in the St. Denis raid did not blow herself up & the discovery of a third body in the wreckage, how this is still a fluid situation, how two bombers travelled the refugee route to Europe through Greece, the role of terrorist Abdelhamid Abaaoud in Paris discussed.
(Paris: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former FBI agent Ali Soufan. [From New York, SOUFAN - comments on the Belgium security level issue, the issue of Europe not sharing intelligence as indicated by the movements of terrorist Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the issue of the US visa waiver program allowing terrorists entry into the US; offers his view on the issue of the admission of Syrian refugees into the US.]
(Paris: ATika SChubert) The questions about the death of the female Hasna Aitboulahcen%, who died in the St. Denis raid, but was not a suicide bomber, examined; scenes from the raid area & photos of her.shown; details given about the "images of her & her involvement with cousin Abdelhamid Abaaoud.
(Paris: Anderson Cooper, Paul Cruickshank) The questions about Hasna's recent radicalization, how Abaaoud may have brainwashed her like he did his brother, Belgium's raising of the terrorism threat level, which indicates an imminent threat discussed.
(No location given: Jim Sciutto) The surprise attack that became a siege in a hotel in Mali reviewed; scenes shown from outside & inside the hotel. [Voices of Mali U.N. mission spokesman Oliver SALGAGO@, witness Michael SKAPOULIS@- describe what happened in the shooting at the hotel.] [U.N. Secretary General spokesman Stephane DUJARRIC@- comments on the peace agreement talks.]
(Paris: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with film documentarian Jim Reed about the Mali attack. [REED - compares the Mali attack to that in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2013 in which the attackers expect to be killed so they take hostages to kill more; compares the Paris attacks to the Mumbai, India, attacks.]