Nightline: Aftermath #722470
ABC Special for Monday, Feb 24, 2003
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Live discussion with Chris Bury (ABC), International Rescue Committee Vice President for Government Relations Sandra Mitchell, and US Agency for International Development Director Andrew Natsios re: the role of humanitarian agencies in providing relief to Iraq civilians in the event of war in Iraq. Taped segment with John Donvan (ABC), UNICEF official Carol DeRoy‡, George Devendorf of Mercy Corps, and Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Douglas Feith. Taped segment with freelance journalist Mike Cerre, US Navy Battalion Surgeon Lieutenant Jaime Bettancourt, US Navy Hospital Assistant HM2 Jeremy Grisham, Battalion Intelligence Section Corporal James Hasan, Corporal Ryan Gualtney, PFC William Godwin, and Battalion Intelligence Section Master Gunnery Sergeant Mike Cummins re: the Marines of Fox Company Second Battalion Fifth Marines. Live update by Bury re: the possibility of war with Iraq.
- Donvan, John
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