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Iraq / Pre-Election Violence / 3rd Infantry Division #777449

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 18, 2005
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The latest developments in Iraq reviewed, including a car bombing in Baghdad, militants’ threat to kill Chinese hostages, and the release of a Catholic Archbishop.

(Studio: Dan Rather; Baghdad: David Hawkins) Security preparations for the upcoming elections, the extent of the pre-election violence, and a warning about increased violence or a civil war after the elections discussed.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Ft. Benning, Georgia: Jim Acosta) The return to Iraq of the 3rd Infantry Division, which led the original charge into Baghdad, featured; scenes shown from Ft. Benning, Georgia. [Soldier’s father Bart BARTHOLD†- comments.] [3rd I.D. Sgt. David RASHID†, Cpl. Jeremiah BARTHOLD†- comment on going back.] [SOLDIER – comments on the changes in the war since they left.] [Soldier’s wife/Iraq veteran Allison JACKSON†- says there’s no reason why we should be there.]

Rather, Dan;
Hawkins, David;
Acosta, Jim

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