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(Studio: Peter Jennings) This week's concentration of ABCNews programs on where things stand in Iraq introduced; scenes shown from south Iraq where the people offered their views on security, unemployment, electricity, water, health care, education, goods & government before & after the war.
(Southern Iraq: Bob Woodruff) The story in south Iraq featured; scenes shown of a traffic jam at an American checkpoint & of the Shiite Muslim population in Najaf, of the hospital in Nasiriyah & the hotel in Basra wrecked by looters; details given about security, jobs, education. [SOLDIER - comments on anti-Americanism.] [IRAQI - notes the higher prices.] [Basra hotel assistant manager Amr DOUD‡- says now we feel sorry about the change.]
- Jennings, Peter;
- Woodruff, Bob
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