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Iraq / Wilson / Attacks / Fallujah #788623

FNC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 10, 2004
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(Studio: Rick Folbaum) Report introduced.

(Washington: Greg Kelly) Senate report questioning the claims of Ambassador Joseph Wilson that Iraq was not seeking uranium from Niger to help build a nuclear weapon featured; details given about Wilson’s anti-war stance.

(Studio: Rick Folbaum) A terrorist bombing in Baqubah targeting alcohol merchants reported; scenes shown from the site.

(Baghdad: Greg Palkot) A closer look at the city of Fallujah featured; details given about the dangerous city, which is said to be the location of top terror leader Abu Mussab al-Zarqawi; scenes shown of the destruction & the continued presence of US Marines. [Iraqi National Security Advisor Mouaffak al-RUBAIE†- comments about the US presence in the city.]

Folbaum, Rick;
Kelly, Greg;
Palkot, Greg

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