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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 01, 2003
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(Studio: Charles Molineaux) The role of Senator Bill Frist in helping victims of a Florida highway accident; strike by West Virginia surgeons protesting high malpractice insurance; the start of a media blitz by Senator John Edwards, who will run for the 2004 presidential nomination; a development in the Louisiana serial murders & the nationwide manhunt for five men who may have been smuggled into the US; the ongoing U.N. weapons inspections in Iraq & an air strike in southern Iraq by coalition aircraft reported; scenes shown. [Iraqi National Congress Sharif Ali Bin al-HUSSEIN†- says President Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction & he must be disarmed.]

Reporter(s):
Molineaux, Charles
Duration:
00:03:00

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