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NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 07, 2005
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(Studio: Len Cannon) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: James Hattori) A deadly day in Iraq reviewed; scenes shown from the sites of two suicide car bombings on a convoy of US contractors & of other attacks; details given about the violence since the swearing-in of the new Iraqi government. [Iraqi minister of planning Barham SALIH†- explains why we are being targeted.] [Iraqi prime minister's spokesman Laith KUBBA†- says this is a war against all Iraqis.] [3rd Battalion, 133 Field Artillery Lt. Eric BELISLE†- explains why a car was seized in Tikrit.] Iraq's announcement tomorrow of the filling of more cabinet jobs with Sunnis noted.

(Studio: Len Cannon) The claim by coalition forces of the capture of Ghasan al-Rawi‡, an Al Qaeda associate of terrorist leader Abu Mussab al-Zarqawi, reported.

Cannon, Len;
Hattori, James

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