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Iraq / US Civilian Deaths / Security #750549

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 10, 2004
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(Baghdad: Dan Rather) The deaths in Iraq of two American civilians and their translator at the hands of terrorists dressed as Iraqi police reported; photo shown of victim Fern Holland, manager of the Women’s Initiatives program; animation shown of the execution. [US administrator in Iraq Paul BREMER – says it’s a great tragedy.] The dangers for US peacekeeping forces on patrol in Baghdad featured; scenes shown of the 1st Armored Division on night duty. [1st Armored Division Capt. Joe EWERS†- outlines the risks; says local crime has gone down.] [US SOLDIER – says we’d like to go home.] Complaints from Iraqi security forces that they have not gotten needed equipment noted.

Rather, Dan

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