ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 12, 2003
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) The deployment of more troops & ships to the Persian Gulf in case of war with Iraq noted.
(London: Hilary Brown) The eroding support in Britain for a war with Iraq without U.N. authorization featured; scenes shown of Britain's task force at sea. [On the street, WOMAN - opposes war.] [British secretary for international development Clare SHORT- suggests it is dangerous for the US to go to war too early.] [On Wednesday, British Prime Minister Tony BLAIR- says we seek to resolve this through the U.N.]
(Studio: Carole Simpson) The anti-war movement around the world reviewed; scenes shown from Rabat, Morocco.
(Los Angeles: Judy Muller) The anti-war movement in the US featured; scenes shown of protest marchers. [Three demonstrators, marcher Bonnie MORRISON- speak out.] [Columbia University professor Todd GITLIN- says mainstream America is worried about a war that does not make sense.] [Veterans Against the Iraq War Igor BOBROWSKY- says you have a duty to speak out.]