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Iraq / Hizballah / Civil War #839298

NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 04, 2006
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(Studio: Brian Williams) An anti-Israel/anti-US demonstration in Baghdad by Shiite Muslims shown.

(Washington: David Gregory) The backlash from yesterday’s grim testimony about the possibility of civil war in Iraq featured; details given of Senator Hillary Clinton’s call for Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to resign; “New York Times” column by Thomas Friedman† quoted. [Yesterday, US Central Command commander Gen. John ABIZAID, Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Peter PACE- say Iraq could move towards civil war.] [In interview on “Hardball,” Secretary of State Condoleezza RICE†- says it’s not civil war.] [Senator Carl LEVIN†- calls for a phased redeployment out of Iraq.] [Brookings Institution Michael O’HANLON†- comments on the possibility of partitioning Iraq.]

Williams, Brian;
Gregory, David

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