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Iraq / "Baby Noor" #814822

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Dec 24, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Aneesh Raman) The efforts of US troops in Iraq to save "Baby Noor," who was born with spina bifida, featured; scenes shown of Noor & her family; details given of the arrangement for medical care in Atlanta, Senator Saxby Chambliss’s assistance with passports and the family’s fear of revenge from insurgents. [Army Capt. Anthony FOURNIER†, S/Sgt. Archer FORD IV†- comment on giving back to the country.] [Mental health officer Capt. Thomas JARRETT†- notes the benefits to the soldiers from helping this family.]

Lin, Carol;
Raman, Aneesh

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