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Iraq / Attacks / Withdrawal #811478

FNC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 29, 2005
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(Studio: Laurie Dhue) Progress of the war in Iraq featured; details given on fatal bombings in Balad and Ar Ramadi, Iraq; map shown.

(Pentagon: Greg Kelly) Announcement by the top US commander for the Iraq war that victory is in reach reported; details given on the state of affairs, training of Iraqi soldiers to fight on their own, problems in the ranks of Iraqi troops, and when withdrawal of US troops may happen; scenes shown from Congress and Iraq. [Senator John McCAIN†- asks how often we're going to read about the "bad guys" coming back after US troops have left an area.] [Gen. George CASEY†- says he hopes not often.]

Dhue, Laurie;
Kelly, Greg

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