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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(Baghdad: Nic Robertson) The continued attacks in Iraq against US soldiers featured; details given of the search for two soldiers abducted from a checkpoint & of the incidents of the murder of other troops. [Coalition spokesman Maj. William THURMOND- hopes we can recover our missing soldiers.] [Marine Corps Lt. Col. Christopher CONLON - describes what happened in a coordinated ambush against our military police.] [Military police Sgt. Mufredo MALDONADO- comments.] The casualties in hostile action since the end of "combat" mentioned. How Iraq has changed since the end of the war discussed.
(Studio: Aaron Brown) Senate confirmation of Gen. John Abizaid as the replacement for US Central Command commander Gen. Tommy Franks reported.
(Pentagon: Barbara Starr) Taped interview with retired Army Gen. Jay Garner about Iraq. [GARNER - talks about seeing the results of the genocide Saddam Hussein practiced; says the looting was greater than seen on TV & US troops could not shoot the citizens.]
- Brown, Aaron;
- Robertson, Nic;
- Starr, Barbara
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