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Iraq / Saddam-Al Qaeda Tie / Amnesty Program / Hostages #789065

FNC Evening News for Monday, Jul 12, 2004
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(Studio: Jane Skinner) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: Bret Baier) A CIA report noting possible ties between former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda examined; details given about the report, which cites meetings between senior Iraqi officials and top Al Qaeda operatives. [Acting CIA Director John McLAUGHLIN†- comments.]

(Studio: Jane Skinner) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: John Cookson) The day’s events in Iraq reviewed; details given about an amnesty program to Iraqi insurgents, the status of a Filipino hostage, and the naming of a new UN envoy to Iraq reported.

(Studio: Jane Skinner) The continued debriefing of Marine Cpl. Wassef Hassoun, who turned up in Lebanon after being missing & presumed captured in Iraq, and the court appearance of Army Pfc. Lynndie England, who has been charged in the prisoner abuse scandal, reported.

Skinner, Jane;
Baier, Bret;
Cookson, John

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