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Iraq / Bush Speech / Powell Visit #750824

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 19, 2004
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(Islamabad: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(White House; Dana Bash) President Bush's speech on the first anniversary of the war in Iraq featured. [From the White House, BUSH - speaks about terrorist violence with each attack designed to demoralize & against Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.] [Democrat Gen. Wesley CLARK - criticizes the mission into Iraq.] The administration's efforts to keep the coalition together in Iraq discussed.

(Islamabad: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Walter Rodgers) Secretary of State Colin Powell's visit to Iraq on the first anniversary of the war featured; scenes shown of Powell with US soldiers, US administrator in Iraq Paul Bremer, of Arab journalists walking out in protest at the death Thursday of two colleagues shot by US forces & of a protest in the streets of Baghdad. [With the soldiers, POWELL - says there are some who are determined to stop us.] The problem in Baghdad that Americans have not been providing grade A security outlined.

Brown, Aaron;
Rodgers, Walter

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