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Iraq: After Saddam / Attacks / Saddam #730132

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 05, 2003
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) President Bush’s aerial tour over Iraq noted; map shown.

(Fallujah, Iraq: David Hawkins) More attacks on American troops in Iraq featured; details given about the attack at a checkpoint outside Fallujah, where more US troops have been sent until resistance is put down; scenes shown from the site of a rocket-propelled grenade attack in Baghdad and from Fallujah. [Iraqi MAN – says we hate Americans.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley) American combat deaths since Bush declared the end of major combat operations and a report that captured Iraqi former deputy prime minister Tariq Aziz has suffered a heart attack noted.

(Baghdad: Mark Phillips) A home video of Saddam Hussein and his family celebrating a birthday, a hot seller in Baghdad, featured; excerpts shown.

Reporter(s):
Pelley, Scott;
Hawkins, David;
Phillips, Mark
Duration:
00:03:20

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