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Objective: Peace: Iraq One Year Later (Nasiriyah) Part IX #752532

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 18, 2004
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(Baghdad: Brian Williams) President Bush's visit to the soldiers at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, reported; scenes shown.

(Nasiriyah: Kerry Sanders) The Iraqi city of Nasiriyah† revisited one year after it was under attack; scenes shown from March 24, 27,30 & 31, 2003 & today; details given about the re-flooding of marsh land & the state of the local economy. [In Iraq in March 2003, L/Cpl. Joshua MENARD†- recalls getting shot; talks to his family.] [Today, At Camp Lejeune, MENARD - says he would like to go back.] [IRAQI - comments on his daughter's death from leukemia.]

Williams, Brian;
Sanders, Kerry

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