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Iraq / Mollen Death / Fallujah / Rothkopf Interview #772101

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 24, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The death in Iraq of State Department official James Mollen, who worked with the country's school systems, reported.

(Near Fallujah: Jane Arraf) The battle in Iraq for Fallujah reviewed; scenes shown of the soldiers at prayer & from the earlier fighting; details given of the extent of the heavy fighting & the casualties for the US troops. [Army Maj. John REYNOLDS†- talks about the combined arms fight against the enemy.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live in-studio interview held with Carnegie Endowment's David Rothkopf† about the battle in Fallujah & the report on it. [ROTHKOPF - outlines the report's view that we are sending messages that are not helping us win the fight for democracy; outlines the problem of stabilization & reconstruction end of recent US conflicts.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Arraf, Jane
Duration:
00:09:10

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