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Nightline: Between War and Peace #738454

ABC Special for Monday, Apr 14, 2003

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  • Taped segments introduced Ted Koppel (ABC).
  • Taped segment with Jim Sciutto (ABC), unidentified military personnel, and unidentified Iraqi civilians re: the situation in Saddam Hussein’s hometown of Tikrit after the arrival of US troops today.
  • Taped segment with Ben Brown (BBC) and an unidentified Iraqi physician re: issues surrounding the looting and disorder in Baghdad, includes a discussion of the lack of medical supplies in Baghdad hospitals.
  • Taped segment with Dave Marash (ABC) and Peter Baker of ‘The Washington Post’ re: the story of the seven prisoners of war rescued from Iraq told by Baker, the reporter who flew from Iraq to Kuwait with the rescued soldiers. Includes quotes from the POWs after their rescue.
  • Taped segment with John Donvan (ABC), Saad Katar††, and US Army Civil Affairs Sergeant Dan Wilson re: the story of a group of men in Umm Qasr who had ordered cars before the war began and now were attempting to gain access to their vehicles which were being held in the British controlled port.
  • Reporter(s):
    Sciutto, Jim;
    Brown, Ben;
    Marash, Dave;
    Donvan, John

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