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July 27th, 2012
06:45 AM ET

Ahead of opening ceremonies, security is top priority in London – Dan Rivers reports

Ahead of tonight's opening ceremonies and with thousands of world class athletes and hundreds of heads of states on hand for the Games, security is obviously the top priority in London today.

With fighter jets on standby and about 18,200 troops participating in Olympic security, Prime Minister David Cameron has said that he's confident that the Games will be successful and safe.

CNN's Dan Rivers joins Early Start this morning to explain what the security situation is like in London this morning.

Filed under: 2012 London Olympics • Security
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  1. Austine

    Now that Ken Mehlman is stepping down, I heard is going to work as Ted Haggerty's staiipurl adviser given the fact James Dobson changed his mind shortly after saying he would be one of the three preachers providing counseling. I would imagine Dobson found Haggerty a little too kinky for his tastes.

    September 1, 2012 at 10:57 am | Reply

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