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Iraq / 100 Days / Opposition #735203

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 09, 2003
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(Studio: Thalia Assuras) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Randall Pinkston) The 100th day since the end of combat operations in Iraq featured; scenes shown of a violent demonstration in Basra, Iraq; details given of the call for a jihad against US forces. [US administrator in Iraq Paul BREMER - says we have a terrorist threat.] [IRAQI, student Samara al-JABOURI†- comment on the situation in Iraq.]

(Studio: Thalia Assuras) The casualty figures for the American military since May 1 outlined on screen.

(Crawford, Texas: Mark Knoller) The growing opposition to the war in Iraq examined; details given of the DIA admission that trailers claimed to be mobile labs for chemical weapons were not. [October 7, 2002, President BUSH - says Iraq possesses chemical & biological weapons.] [Woodrow Wilson Center Lee HAMILTON - says Bush's arguments are now seen as weak.] [Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bob GRAHAM, Howard DEAN - speak out against the administration's defense of the war.] Bush's justification of the war in his radio speech today reviewed.

Assuras, Thalia;
Pinkston, Randall;
Knoller, Mark

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