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Iraq-US Relations / Bush Agenda / Protests #714132

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Nov 09, 2002
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(White House: Suzanne Malveaux) The end of a successful week for President Bush with the passage of the U.N. resolution on Iraq and the Republican sweep in Tuesday’s elections featured; details given of Bush’s top priorities of homeland security and terrorism insurance; scenes shown of demonstrations in Italy and Japan against confrontation with Iraq. [In his weekly radio address, BUSH – comments on Iraq and the new Republican Congress.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A rally of Japanese students at the US embassy in Tokyo to protest war with Iraq reported; scenes shown.

(Florence, Italy: Chris Burns) A massive demonstration in Florence, Italy, protesting the US-threatened war against Iraq featured; scenes shown. [Several PROTESTORS – express their views.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Continuing coverage of the showdown with Iraq on noted.

Cooper, Anderson;
Malveaux, Suzanne;
Burns, Chris

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