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Iraq War / Attack on Saddam #729410

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 28, 2003
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(Studio: Harry Smith) An exclusive look at the site where the US launched the Iraq war by trying to bomb former President Saddam Hussein introduced; satellite photo shown; scenes shown of the damaged buildings.

(Dora Farms, Iraq: David Martin) The mystery of what happened to Saddam since there have not been any bodies recovered from the palace compound examined; details given of questions about the intelligence indicating the presence of a bunker; scenes shown of the ruined palace compound, called Dora Farms††, on the outskirts of Baghdad. [On March 21, Secretary of Defense Donald RUMSFELD – says the strike was successful.] [US Army Col. Tim MADERE†- explains the search of the site; says a person in the main building could have survived.]

Reporter(s):
Smith, Harry;
Martin, David
Duration:
00:03:10

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