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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 09, 2006
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(Studio: Dan Harris) New reports in "The New Yorker" that the White House is ramping up plans for an air strike against Iraq over its nuclear program introduced.

(Pentagon: John Yang) The diplomatic moves to curb Iran while reports of military planning go on reviewed; scenes shown of U.N. inspections in Iran; details given about the war of words between the US & Iran. ["The New Yorker" magazine's Seymour HERSH†- says people in the Pentagon & our allies don't know what the president is thinking.] [On CNN, former US Central Command commander Gen. Anthony ZINNI†- says this cannot be ended by just one strike.] [ director John PIKE†- calls this "coercive diplomacy."]

(Studio: Dan Harris) Tomorrow's appearance by Hersh on "Good Morning America" announced.

Harris, Dan;
Yang, John

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