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Iraq / Raids #744800

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 23, 2003
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(Studio: John Roberts) Findings of a White House progress report on guerrilla fighters in Iraq cited.

(Baghdad: Kimberly Dozier) The increasing effectiveness of American raids in Iraq featured; scenes shown of raids and of the opening of a recreation center for officers in Baghdad, dedicated to a soldier who died in a roadside bombing; details given about arrests and the hunt for Saddam Hussein’s deputy Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri. [1st Armored Division Sgt. Maj. Ioakimo FALANIKO†- talks about the capture of the person responsible for the bombing that killed his son.] [1st Armored Division Brig. Gen. Martin DEMPSEY†- says the capture of Saddam Hussein resulted in some intelligence that gave us new information.]

Roberts, John;
Dozier, Kimberly

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