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Iraq / Militants Advance / Baghdad #1067172

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 17, 2014
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(Baghdad: Anderson Cooper) The situation in Iraq as the militants advance towards Baghdad reviewed; scenes shown of Iraqis fleeing, Shia men signing up to fight, ISIS videos; details given about acts of sectarian violence between Sunni and Shia, IEDs in Baghdad.

(Baghdad: Anderson Cooper, Nic Robertson; Erbil: Arwa Damon) A report about Sunni prisoners being killed in a police station and how both sides are spinning the story, what Sunnis and Shiites want, the actions by Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki against Sunnis discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Nic, Anderson Cooper,;
Damon, Arwa

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