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(Studio: Thalia Assuras) Report introduced.
(Iraq: Mark Phillips) The US response to the wave of attacks in Iraq featured; scenes shown of US military patrols north of Baghdad, from a wake for Iraqi victims & of damaged houses. [Al Liji clan Sha'lan Ahmed MOHAMED†- says we feel angry at the Americans.] [Army spokesman Col. Richard THOMAS†- admits civilian might have been killed.]
(Studio: Thalia Assuras) Findings of a CBS News poll on the view of Americans about whether it matters if weapons of mass destruction are found in Iraq cited.
(Kennebunkport, Maine: Mark Knoller) How Democrats are using the weapons of mass destruction debate as a campaign issue examined; scenes shown of protesters in Maine. [Presidential candidate Howard DEAN†- asks where are the weapons of mass destruction.] [Earlier, Representative Nancy PELOSI†- says the questions should be aired publicly.] ["Congressional Quarterly" Craig CRAWFORD†- outlines the pros & cons of attacking President Bush on weapons of mass destruction.]
- Assuras, Thalia;
- Phillips, Mark;
- Knoller, Mark
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