CNN Evening News for Saturday, Nov 27, 2004
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.
(Baghdad: Karl Penhaul) The feasibility of holding elections in Iraq in January in light of the security situation examined; details given of appeals from several groups to postpone the elections and calls from Sunni clerics for a boycott. [Former Iraqi Governing Council president Adnan PACHACHI- calls for increasing participation and improving the security situation.] [Iraqi government SPOKESMAN – says the prime minister doesn’t want postponement.]
(Studio: Carol Lin) The discovery of dozens of bodies of Iraqi men in Mosul noted.
(Fallujah: Kianne Sadeq) The arrival of humanitarian aid in Fallujah featured; scenes shown of Red Crescent trucks entering the city & volunteers distributing supplies to families who remained during the assault. [US MARINE – says there are still insurgent groups we are tracking down.] [Iraqi Red Crescent chairman Dr. Saa'id HAKKI- says we’re starting the process of healing & rehabilitation.]