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2003 in Review #745188

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 31, 2003
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(Studio: Terry Moran) The top news stories of 2003 reviewed; scenes shown of disasters: the space shuttle disaster, the nightclub fire, the ferry-pier collision in New York City, the blackout in the Northeast, the earthquake in Iran, floods, Europe's heat wave & the California fires; of the people: the return of kidnapped Elizabeth Smart, entrepreneur Martha Stewart, radio host Rush Limbaugh, singer Michael Jackson, basketball player Kobe Bryant's rape charges, golfer Annike Sorenstam & baseball's World Series; of politics: California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger & the many Democratic presidential candidates; of medicine: the conjoined twin sisters who died, severe acute respiratory syndrome {SARS} & flu vaccine; of terror: suicide car bombings in the Middle East & Istanbul, Turkey; the war in Iraq: the military operations, the downing of statues of Saddam Hussein, President Bush on the aircraft carrier, insurgent operations, flag-draped coffins, Bush's Thanksgiving visit to Iraq, the capture of Saddam & Christmas in Iraq.

Reporter(s):
Moran, Terry
Duration:
00:08:40

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