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Iraq / Attacks / Coalition #742942

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 30, 2003
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Coordinated attacks by the US against insurgents in Samarra, Iraq & the death of two more Americans near the Syrian border reported.

(Baghdad: Jim Maceda) A month of deadly attacks in Iraq & of American counterstrikes featured; scenes shown from Tikrit, where two contractors were shot, from the November 12 attack on Italian troops in Nasariya & of a massive weapons sweep in Baghdad. [Army Brig. Gen. Mark KIMMITT†- comments on the enemy tactics of hitting softer targets.] [Retired Army Col. Ken ALLARD†- describes the ambush.] [Army's 82nd Airborne Div. Sgt. Tyler WILLIAMSON†- says attacks have lessened.]

(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(White House: Rosiland Jordan) President Bush's administration's efforts to maintain the coalition against Iraq examined; scenes shown of the caskets of Spanish intelligence officers killed in Iraq & of Bush visiting the troops on Thanksgiving Day. [Foreign policy analyst Michael O'HANLON†- assesses the coalition.] [Senator Richard LUGAR - talks security.]

Seigenthaler, John;
Maceda, Jim;
Jordan, Rosiland

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