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Iraq / Sectarian Violence / McCaffrey Interview #837004

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 10, 2006
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The deadly weekend in Iraq noted; casualty figures cited.

(Baghdad: Mike Boettcher) The sectarian violence centered in Baghdad prompting fear of a civil war featured; scenes shown of bomb damage at several sites; details given of attacks by Sunni insurgents & Shiite militias.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Live interview held with NBC News military analyst retired Gen. Barry McCaffrey† about the violence in Baghdad. [From Washington, DC, McCAFFREY – outlines the danger in Baghdad; notes an unprotected Westerner would not last a day; asserts this is a civil war.]

Williams, Brian;
Boettcher, Mike

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