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Iraq: After Saddam / Saddam Hunt / Casualties #731277

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 20, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) A rocket-propelled grenade attack on US troops in Fallujah, Iraq, reported; scenes shown of the resulting fire.

(Pentagon: David Martin) New evidence that President Saddam Hussein is still alive, in Iraq, and on the run examined; details given about information learned from captured Iraqi Abid Hamid Mahmud†† and others; scenes shown of bombed-out sites where Saddam might have been.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Scenes shown from a memorial service in Baghdad for an American soldier killed by a sniper earlier this week.

(San Antonio: Lee Cowan) Questions on the home front about the mounting casualties in Iraq featured; scenes shown from the funeral of Pvt. Jesse Halling††; photos shown of soldiers killed in recent weeks. [Mothers Pam HALLING†, Kim SMITH†, stepfather Vincent SMITH†, girlfriend Ana PEREZ†- comment on their losses.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Martin, David;
Cowan, Lee
Duration:
00:04:20

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