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Iraq / Rebuilding Funds / Dead G.I.s / Day in Baghdad #739982

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 17, 2003
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Congressional vote on President Bush's request for funds to rebuild Iraq noted.

(Baghdad: Jane Arraf) The death of three American military police in the Karbala, Iraq, & the death of another MP in Baghdad reported; scenes shown from the site of the clashes.

(Baghdad: Jane Arraf)* A day in the life of Baghdad featured; scenes shown from the city's streets of garbage collection, morning rush hour, businesses, a school, lunchtime, food shopping, traffic, security barriers. The absence of American soldiers in many neighborhoods, the difficulty to get photographs of the troops & the inescapable "sound" of the occupiers discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Arraf, Jane

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