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Listening Post (Saddam's Capture) #743993

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 14, 2003
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(New York: Brian Williams) The world reaction to the capture of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein presented; details given of German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder††'s note to President Bush; scenes shown from around the world. [In London, Iraqi EXILE - says it is a new Iraq.] [French foreign minister Dominique De VILLEPIN†- {thru translator} says we can now get out of a crisis.] [In Cairo, Arab woman Shereen SAMAA†- comments on the US presence.] [Israeli Prime Minister Ariel SHARON - says terrorism can be defeated.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tim Russert) The political effect of the capture on the presidential race in these difficult times outlined.

Williams, Brian;
Brokaw, Tom;
Russert, Tim

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