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The War Room (Lodhi, Steinberg, Biden Interviews-Part II) #724391

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 19, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion continued with Pakistani Ambassador to the US Maleeha Lodhi†, former Deputy National Security Advisor James Steinberg† and Senator Joe Biden† about the next target in the war on terror. [STEINBERG - says President Bush's administration wants to show that the war against terrorism does not end in Afghanistan; mentions Somalia, Lebanon & Syria as possible targets.] [BIDEN - says the Bush administration wants to keep the momentum going; mentions the Philippines as a target for terrorism; says Iraq may be the end of the road; describes the war activities in the weeks ahead.] [LODHI - says Bush has made it clear that the war is not against a nation or religion; states the US must deal with the problems in Kashmir and Palestine to show the international community they are addressing issues close to Muslim hearts.]

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