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Iraq / Mollen #772659

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 30, 2004
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) The death toll for US troops in Iraq for November, and suicide car bombings in Baiji & Baghdad reported; scenes shown.

(Binghamton, New York: Mike Taibbi) State Department official James Mollen†, who went to Iraq to help with the school system and was murdered last week, remembered; details given of Mollen’s humanitarian work. [Orphanage Outreach Tom EKLUND†, State Department colleague Paul SAVELLO†- talk about Jim and his work.] [In radio interview last January, MOLLEN – describes his mission in Fallujah.] [Parents Jack & Anne MOLLEN†- comment on Jim’s decision to come home and the outpouring of sympathy.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Taibbi, Mike

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