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Iraq / Unrest / Giordano, Jones Interviews #736194

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Aug 23, 2003
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(Studio: Andrea Koppel) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Ben Wedeman) The instability in Iraq featured; details given about the death of two British soldiers in an attack in Basra; scenes shown of U.N. workers in their temporary accommodations; video shown from the Army of Mohammed, which claims to be responsible for the bombing of the U.N. headquarters. [US administrator in Iraq Paul BREMER – says the attack is part of the global war on terrorism which began on September 11.]

(Studio: Andrea Koppel) Live discussion held with radio talk show hosts Dom Giordano† and Victoria Jones† about the instability in Iraq. [GIORDANO, JONES – comment on Iraq’s role in the war on terror and the influx of foreign fighters coming in to carry out attacks on the US; talk about involving allies in securing Iraq and the US desire to maintain control.]

Koppel, Andrea;
Wedeman, Ben

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