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Iraq / Casualties / Baghdad Bombings / Red Cross / Bush #740623

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 27, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The latest American casualties in Iraq listed on screen.

(Baghdad: Jane Arraf) A deadly day in Iraq reviewed; scenes shown of the International Red Cross building hit by a suicide bomb on the first day of Ramadan & of three suicide bombings at different police stations. [ICRC Nada DOUMANI†- says the idea of protection is put in question.] [Army 1st Armored Div. Brig. Gen. Mark HERTLING†- says there has actually been a decrease in crime.] The future for the Red Cross work in Iraq noted. The question of who likely carried out the suicide bombings discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: Jamie McIntyre) The administration's view of the war & peace in Iraq outlined; details given of the possibility the Al Rashid hotel rocket attack was an assassination attempt against assistant Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz. [President BUSH - says the killers become more desperate.] [US administrator in Iraq Paul BREMER - defends the overall thrust.] [4th Infantry commander Maj. Gen. Ray ODIERNO†- says they are now going after soft targets.] The criticism of Bush by the Democratic presidential candidates reviewed.

Brown, Aaron;
Arraf, Jane;
McIntyre, Jamie

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