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Iraq War / Exit Strategy #813016

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 22, 2005
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(Washington: Terry Moran) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Heather Nauert) An exit strategy for reducing US troop levels in Iraq examined; details given about the specifics of troop reduction & the shift towards using US troops as backups to Iraqi troops. [At Ft. Riley, Kansas, barbershop, M/Sgt. Kenneth FOGENAY†- says it's good for the guys.] [Joint staff operations director Lt. Gen. James CONWAY†- says we want to see the Iraqi forces handling the anti-Iraqi forces.] [Secretary of Defense Donald RUMSFELD - outlines our task: to help Iraq manage their own affairs.] The growing threats to boycott the new government because Shiite religious parties appear to be winning noted.

Moran, Terry;
Nauert, Heather

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