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Iraq / Mosul Attack / Ft. Lewis / Cambanis Interview #774979

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 21, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Ft. Lewis, Washington: Kimberly Osias) The reaction at the Army base in Ft. Lewis, Washington, to news of the explosion that hit an Army mess tent at a US military base in Mosul, Iraq, featured; photos from Mosul shown. [Soldier's wife Melissa DOSS†- expresses her reaction to what happened to the soldiers in Mosul.] [Ft. Lewis soldier George GARCIA†; at Young's Barber Shop, troop supporter Daniel VILLANUEVA†, soldier Cesar CONTRERAS†- comment.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with "Boston Globe" Baghdad bureau chief Thanassis Cambanis about Mosul. [From Stamford, CAMBANIS - talks about the "cities" that are military installations in Mosul, the vulnerability of the base with Iraqis working there, the city of Mosul that contains a lot of ethnic tension between Sunni Arabs & Kurds & the attempt by Baathists to make a power grab; notes the US strategy in Mosul & the utter collapse of the Iraqi police there.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Osias, Kimberly
Duration:
00:08:10

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