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Iraq / Reporter's Notebook / Ware Interview (Part II) #772306

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 26, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped in-studio interview continued with "Time" magazine reporter Michael Ware, who has been covering the war in Fallujah, Iraq; scenes shown from the battle. [WARE - says the battle in Fallujah was not the end-all Armageddon, but a guerrilla war; explains how combat is a very confusing place; talks about the two staff sergeants, who were the mature leaders in the unit; states he does not believe progress is being made by the coalition in a military way with the terrorists led by Abu Mussab al-Zarqawi controlling part of Baghdad; suggests we are "making the nightmare we are trying to prevent."]

Brown, Aaron

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