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Iraq / Saddam / Ruzicka Death #787186

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 18, 2005
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The call from the Iraqi United Alliance in the new national assembly for the execution of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein if he is found guilty & the opposition of new President Jalal Talabani to the death penalty reported.

(Baghdad: John Berman) The life of American humanitarian worker Marla Ruzicka, who died in a car bombing in Iraq, featured; scenes shown of Marla; details given of her organization, Campaign for Innocent Victims in Conflict to tally the civilians killed & wounded & help civilian victims in Iraq & Afghanistan. [RUZICKA - speaks about human lives.] [Senator Patrick LEAHY†- cites her accomplishments.] [Former U.N. spokesperson Jen ABRAHAMSON†- cites the difficulties for aid workers to get any work done in the field.] [Father Clifford RUZICKA†- speaks about Marla.]

Gibson, Charles;
Berman, John

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