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Nightline: Stress Fractures #753502

ABC Special for Wednesday, Apr 21, 2004

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  • Live discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC), “El Pais” New York correspondent Isabel Piquer, and “The Economist” Washington Bureau Chief John Parker re: issues related to the ongoing violence in Iraq, and the recent decisions by some countries to pull their troops out of Iraq.
  • Taped segment with David Wright (ABC), Civilian Administrator of Iraq Ambassador Paul Bremer, British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, Coalition Operations Deputy Director Brigadier General Mark Kimmitt, “Washington Post” reporter Pamela Constable, and Iraqi negotiator Hashem al-Hassani.
  • Taped segment with Jim Wooten (ABC), President George W. Bush, Michael O’Hanlon of the Brookings Institution, White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan, Terry Moran (ABC), and Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz.
  • Reporter(s):
    Wright, David;
    Wooten, Jim

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