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Nightline: Moment of Crisis #763150

ABC Special for Tuesday, Aug 24, 2004

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  • Taped segments with filmmaker Margaret Loescher, US Army paramedic Ralf Embro, Sergio de Mello Administrative Assistant Shawbo Taher, UN Mission Communications Director Salim Lone, UNICEF Global Landmines Coordinator Polly Brennan, de Mello‚Äôs bodyguard Gabriel Pichon, de Mello Assistant Carolina Larriera, bombing survivor Gil Loescher, and unidentified others re: the lives of those who lived through the bombing a year ago of the United Nations headquarters in Baghdad, Iraq.
  • A brief live discussion between Chris Bury (ABC) and Stephanie Gosk (ABC) re: the ongoing battle in Najaf, Iraq, between US forces and those of Shiite Muslim cleric Moqtada al-Sadr.
  • A brief live update by Bury re: events today involving US soldiers in Iraq.
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