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Iraq War / US Policy #840644

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 06, 2006
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Statement from Senator John Warner that Iraq is "drifting sideways" & a change of course by the US may be necessary quoted.

(Pentagon: Jonathan Karl) The advice to the administration of the need for changes to prevent it all from collapsing in Iraq examined; details given of the options for the US. [Former Army vice chief of staff retired Gen. Jack KEANE†- says we should look to see what we can do using classic counter-insurgency tactics to protect the people.] [August 21, President BUSH - says we are not leaving.] [Civilian Police Assistance Training Team commander Maj. Gen. Joseph PETERSON†- comments on the unrealistic expectations of Iraqi security forces.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) The testimony today by Navy PO Melson Bacos†† at the trial of seven Marines for killing an Iraqi civilian last year reported.

Gibson, Charles;
Karl, Jonathan

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