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CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 29, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The deadliest month in the war in Iraq reviewed; scenes shown of fighting, including executed bodies in Mosul, weapons found by the US military in Fallujah; details given of the latest car bombings in Baghdad & Ramadi & of the call from the Sunni minority for a delay in elections. ["Los Angeles Times" Pentagon correspondent John HENDREN†- explains why the Iraqi national guard is ineffective.] [Secretary of State Colin POWELL - outlines what is being done for elections.] US casualty figures for November updated.

(Near Fallujah: Jane Arraf) The situation in Fallujah as Marines search the buildings while going house-to-house updated; scenes shown from atop a bombed-out house where prisoners may have been kept, a former school where hostage Ken Bigley may have been held & a house that contained a chemical laboratory. [1st Marine Div., 7th RCI commander Col. Craig TUCKER†- outlines what was found in the house.] [1st Marine Div. commander Maj. Gen. Richard NATONSKY†- says the evidence indicates someone may have been kept here.] The presence of conventional weapons in this city reviewed & the discovered chemicals that may have been used to try to make weapons discussed.

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Arraf, Jane
Duration:
00:08:00

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