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Iraq / Postwar Crackdown #730847

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 13, 2003
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(Israel: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Northern Iraq: Keith Miller) A show of overwhelming force by US troops in an attempt to put down resistance by pro-Saddam Hussein supporters in Iraq featured; scenes shown from the Saddam stronghold of Balad; Army video shown of Americans entering the town. [US Marine Corps spokesman Maj. Sean GIBSON†- describes the ambush & counterattack.] [US Army 4th Infantry Division Lt. Col. Bill MacDONALD†- says we will aggressively go after any hostile force.] [Iraqi “ALI” – reacts to his treatment while under arrest by Americans.]

Williams, Brian;
Miller, Keith

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