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NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 14, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Tehran: Ann Curry) The work in Iran on bail arrangements for imprisoned American hikers Shane Bauer†† and Josh Fattal††, who were arrested with Sarah Shourd†† 2 years ago, featured; details given about a possible power struggle that is causing confusion about the release. [In interview, Iranian President Mahmoud AHMADINEJAD {thru translator} – says these 2 persons will be freed in a couple of days.] [In September 2010, SHOURD – says her priority is to help Bauer and Fattal.] [May 10, Bauer’s mother Cindy HICKEY†- says Iran needs to stop playing games.]

Williams, Brian;
Curry, Ann

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