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Iraq / Fallujah Clash #727382

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 29, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Fallujah, Iraq: Thalia Assuras) A deadly clash between US soldiers & anti-American demonstrators in Fallujah, Iraq, featured; details given about the controversy over who fired the first shots; scenes shown of angry Iraqis, of wounded people and of burials. [82nd Airborne Division Lt. Devin WOODS†- says it was a planned attack and we did not fire first.] [Wounded Iraqi MAN – says no one in the crowd had guns.] [82nd Airborne Division Lt. Col. Eric NANTZ†- says when soldiers’ lives are threatened, that freedom of speech is not the right form.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) The US Army’s announcement that it will deploy more military police & other troops to Baghdad and the capture of two more former regime officials, the former governor of Basra and the former oil minister, reported.

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Assuras, Thalia
Duration:
00:02:40

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