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Nightline: After the Fall #738347

ABC Special for Thursday, Apr 10, 2003

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  • Live discussion with Chris Bury (ABC) and author Phebe Marr re: issues surrounding the conquer of Kirkuk and the situation with the Kurds.
  • Taped segment with Jim Sciutto (ABC), Barham Salih of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, and unidentified US military personnel re: the entrance of American troops into Kirkuk, Iraq.
  • Taped segment with Deborah Amos (ABC), refugee Argieman Hassan‡, and unidentified Iraqi civilians re: the situation in Kirkuk. Bury notes that this segment was compiled before Kurdish troops entered Kirkuk.
  • Taped segment with Rageh Omaar (BBC) and unidentified Iraqi civilians re: the looting of government offices and the homes of government officials in Baghdad, Iraq.
  • Taped segment with Dave Marash (ABC), President George W. Bush, Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, Judith Kipper of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, and Major General Stanley McChrystal re: issues surrounding the investigation into the whereabouts of 17 missing American soldiers.
  • Reporter(s):
    Sciutto, Jim;
    Amos, Deborah;
    Omaar, Rageh
    Duration:
    00:29:00

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