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Iraq / Policy / CIA Report #741663

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 12, 2003
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: John Berman) The shift in US strategy in Iraq by taking the war to the guerrillas featured. {Note: technical problems suspend report.}

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: Martha Raddatz) The leak of a confidential CIA analysis written by the CIA station chief in Baghdad examined; details given of the conclusion that more Iraqis are siding with the insurgents believing the US can be defeated in Iraq. [In Washington, US administrator in Iraq Paul BREMER - says the terrorists are trying to persuade the people the US will not stay the course.] [Post-Conflict Reconstruction Project Frederick BARTON†- says a street presence is needed to prevent violence.] Bremer's return to present options to the Iraqi Governing Council noted.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) {Report re-introduced: technical problems happen again.} The shift in US strategy in Iraq by taking the war to the guerrillas, an attack on a van & an attack in the south on an Italian compound reviewed.

Jennings, Peter;
Berman, John;
Raddatz, Martha

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