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Iraq / Sadr City Violence / US Policy #739457

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 10, 2003
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) More Iraqi & US deaths in Iraq reported.

(Baghdad: Kevin Tibbles) Continuing violence against Americans in Iraq because of the ease of obtaining weapons featured; details given about conflicting accounts of a battle between Sadr City residents and US troops; scenes shown from the funeral procession for victims of a suicide car bombing and of stockpiles of weapons left behind by Saddam Hussein’s regime. [US Army spokesperson Lt. Col. George KRIVO†- says soldiers were lured in by civilians requesting assistance.] [US Army 194th Artillery Capt. Brian CARLIN†- comments on searching for weapons.] [October 2, coalition troops commander Gen. Ricardo SANCHEZ†- comments on the abundant ammunition in the country.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Tibbles, Kevin

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