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Nightline: America Strikes Back #1008398

ABC Special for Tuesday, Oct 09, 2001

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  • Live discussions with Ted Koppel (ABC) and John McWethy, re: issues related to US military strikes against Taliban and Al Qaeda sites in Afghanistan, as well as US domestic concerns about terrorism.
  • Taped segment with Don Dahler, reporting on daily life in the villages of northern Afghanistan.
  • Taped segment with Chris Bury, on the presence of propaganda from both sides of the war.
  • Includes an interview between Koppel and Rami Khouri, of the Jordan Times.
  • NOTE: This tape ends around a minute before the end of the program. The interview with Rami Khouri is not complete.

    McWethy, John;
    Dahler, Don;
    Bury, Chris

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