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Nightline: War Stories #745094

ABC Special for Tuesday, Dec 30, 2003

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  • A brief live discussion between George Stephanopoulos (ABC) and David Wright (ABC) re: the current situation for US military forces in Iraq.
  • Taped segment with John Yang (ABC), then Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, Ronen Bergman of “Yediot Ahronot Newspaper”, and former Israel Prime Minister Ehud Barak re: a plan formulated by Israel in 1992 to assassinate then Iraq President Saddam Hussein.
  • Taped segment with Gil Loescher of the Open Democracy Forum re: his survival of the terrorist bombing of the United Nations mission in Baghdad earlier this year.
  • Taped segment with Air Force Office of Special Investigations Brigadier General Eric Patterson and unidentified others re: a US counterintelligence unit in Iraq.
  • Reporter(s):
    Yang, John

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