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Iraq / Elections / Mosul / Baghdad / US Response #778339

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 30, 2005
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(Baghdad: Dan Rather) The open elections in Iraq reviewed; inset scenes shown; Defense Department video shown of people in line to vote, casting ballots & celebrating. [Two IRAQIS; Iraqi interim interior minister Falah al-NAQIB†- comment.]

(Mosul: Kimberly Dozier) The voter turnout in the northern city of Mosul featured; scenes shown of the people in the streets, casting ballots, in line at a polling station & US troops on high alert to check violence. [Iowa National Guard Capt. Aaron BRAUGHER†, 25th Infantry Div. Maj. D.A. SIMS†- comment on the people voting.]

(Baghdad: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Elizabeth Palmer) The Shiite voters of Baghdad featured; scenes shown of last year's violence, security at the polling stations, the election monitors & voters casting ballots. [IRAQI - shows his finger.]

(Baghdad: Dan Rather; Studio: John Roberts) Today's courageous voting by Iraqis discussed.

(Studio: John Roberts) The timetable for political events in Iraq in 2005 reviewed.

(White House: Joie Chen) The government reaction to the Iraqi elections examined. [President BUSH - says the people of Iraq have spoken by voting at great risk & refusing to be intimidated.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Federal report on the loss of billions in Iraq reconstruction funds noted.

Rather, Dan;
Dozier, Kimberly;
Palmer, Elizabeth;
Roberts, John;
Chen, Joie

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