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Iraq / Al-Douri Hunt #746220

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 14, 2004
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(Studio: John Roberts) Senator Edward Kennedy’s criticism of President Bush for going to war in Iraq noted. [KENNEDY – says the war has made America more hated in the world.]

(Baquba: Allen Pizzey) The hunt in Iraq for former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein’s henchman Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri††, thought to be coordinating attacks against coalition forces, featured; scenes shown of a US raid in which four of al-Douri’s nephews were captured; recent photos shown of Saddam; details given about recent attacks, including a suicide bombing at a police station and an attack on a US convoy that killed two civilians.

Roberts, John;
Pizzey, Allen

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