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Nightline Special Event: State of Terror #810859

ABC Special for Friday, Dec 02, 2005

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A discussion hosted by Terry Moran (ABC) in Baghdad, Iraq, with Yarmouk Hospital Dr. Jamal Taha, Iraqi government spokesman Laith Kubba, Colonel Ali Abu al-Hassan, student Maha Ahmed, Al-Iraqiya TV Anchor Bassem al-Fadli, Zainab Hussein of the “Los Angeles Times”, student Arouba Said, former Iraqi Governing Council President Adnan Pachachi, Saleh al-Mutlaq of the Iraqi National Dialogue Council, Iraqi Public Works Minister Nesreen Sadiq Barwari, Iraqi National Security Advisor Mowaffak al-Rubaie, student Wafa Kareem, and Yarmouk Hospital Dr. Haider Abed re: issues related to the US military presence in Iraq, and Iraq’s political future.

Duration:
00:29:00

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