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War & Terror / Iraq / Turkey / Israel #741881

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 15, 2003
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) The latest information on the war in Iraq & the car bombings at two synagogues in Turkey reviewed.

(Baghdad: Jim Maceda) The collision of two American Black Hawk helicopters in Mosul, Iraq, a roadside bombing in Baghdad & a major shift in US policy for Iraq featured; various military scenes shown; details given of the plans for a transfer of power to Iraq. [Political analyst M.J. GOHEL†- says the aim is to isolate the US & pressure it to get out of Iraq.] [Iraqi Governing Council Ahmad CHALABI†- says the state of occupation will end.] [Political analyst Nabil SALIM†- outlines what the people believe {about the occupation}.]

(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Istanbul: Patricia Sabga) The bombings at two synagogues in Istanbul, Turkey, featured; scenes shown of the damaged buildings & the wounded while accounts of what happened are recounted. [Turkish foreign minister Abdullah GIL†- {thru translator} comments on connections to international terrorism.] [NBC military analyst Rick FRANCONA†- explains why this is attributed to Al Qaeda.]

(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv: Charles Sabine) The reaction in Israel to the attack on Jews in Turkey reviewed; scenes shown from Istanbul. [Israeli government spokesman Raanan GISSIN†- suspects Al Qaeda.] Al Qaeda's targeting of Jews in Mombasa, Kenya, & the status of relations between Turkey & Israel noted.

Seigenthaler, John;
Maceda, Jim;
Sabga, Patricia;
Sabine, Charles

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