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Iraq / War Protests #750695

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 20, 2004
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Reports introduced.

(New York: Ron Allen) The protests against the Iraq war on its first anniversary featured; scenes shown from the streets of New York, Fayetteville, North Carolina & across the nation. [Marching soldiers' mothers Mildred McHUGH‡, Sue NIEDERER‡; North Carolina PROTESTER - speak out against the war.]

(London: Charles Sabine) Worldwide protests against the war featured; scenes shown of two demonstrators who climbed London's Big Ben while people marched below & from Madrid, Spain & Rome, Italy. [British member of Parliament Jeremy CORBYN†- says the Madrid bombing is a warning for Europe.] [In Madrid, WOMAN - speaks out.] [Public opinion researcher Bob WORCESTER†- says Europe has been shocked.] The coming elections in Europe that could be influenced by terrorism listed.

(Studio: Brian Williams) The death of a US Marine near Baghdad & the military's charging of six soldiers with abusing Iraqi prisoners last year reported.

Williams, Brian;
Allen, Ron;
Sabine, Charles

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