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(Studio: Andrea Koppel) US forces’ shutdown of a bomb factory near Tikrit, Iraq; the suspicion of sabotage in two oil pipeline explosions, and an explosion in a water main in Baghdad reported; scenes shown. Live interview held with “After Jihad” author Noah Feldman about the political process in Iraq and obstacles to peace. [FELDMAN – comments on a timeline for a constitutional convention in Iraq; talks about establishing democracy; comments on getting the different ethnic groups, including the Kurds, Shiites, and Sunnis, to work together.]
- Koppel, Andrea
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