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Iraq: Where Things Stand / The North #752279

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 16, 2004
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(Baghdad: Peter Jennings) ABCNews/"Time"/BBC research on Iraq introduced.

(Northern Iraq: Jim Sciutto) A trip through northern Iraq, which is more open & also more openly divided between ethnic groups, featured; scenes shown of security checkpoints, a curfew in Kirkuk, Mosul's hospital, a tiny village now having electricity, the Iraq-Syria border & a school in Kirkuk where Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has been eliminated from the history books. [Kirkuk police chief Maj. Gen. Sherko HAKIM†- {thru translator} comments on the curfew.]

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter;
Sciutto, Jim
Duration:
00:04:00

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