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Security Watch (War on Terror / US Strategy) #791853

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 29, 2005
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(White House: Bob Franken) The White House review of its approach to the war on terror featured; terrorism advisor Frances Townsend’s remark to the “Washington Post” quoted; details given of the delay in the review because of vacancies in key anti-terrorism positions. [Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Richard MYERS†- speaks of a refinement to our current strategy.] [9/11 Commission co-chairman Lee HAMILTON†- says the threat is more diffuse than a single Al Qaeda cell.] [Senator Christopher DODD†- says this is a debate they should have had months ago.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) President Bush’s wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns for tomorrow’s Memorial Day observance noted.

Franken, Bob;
Lin, Carol

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