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Iraq / Insurgency / Hassan Execution #771532

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 17, 2004
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Richard Engel) Continuing insurgent attacks in Fallujah & elsewhere in Iraq {Baghdad, Beiji & Mosul} featured; scenes shown from Fallujah of destruction, Marines on patrol & Iraqis collecting bodies; insurgent casualty figure cited; details given of Sunni Muslims’ worry about being dominated by Shiites in the elections. [Brookings Institution Shibley TELHAMI†- says we created enemies in Iraq & from outside.] The Iraqis’ feeling of shame over the execution of British aid worker Margaret Hassan noted. [Al Qif Hospital director Qidar al-CHALABI††- says she was not the right person to kidnap.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Engel, Richard

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