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Iraq: After Saddam / Convoy Attack / Unrest #731496

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 23, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: David Martin) The hope that capturing or killing former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein will restore order in Iraq featured; details given about an American attack on a convoy of SUVs near the Syrian border, believed to be carrying Saddam or his sons; animation shown.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Elizabeth Palmer) The continuing attacks on US soldiers in Iraq featured; details given about the view that the attacks would diminish if Iraqis saw some improvements to their lives; scenes shown of soldiers injured in a grenade attack and of a taxi crushed in an exchange between Americans & Iraqis. [In Iraq, Senator Joseph BIDEN†- says we’ll be here for 3-5 years minimum.]

Rather, Dan;
Martin, David;
Palmer, Elizabeth

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