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Iraq War / Casualties / Maliki / Diplomat's Interview #841963

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 22, 2006
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The October casualty figures for US troops in Iraq listed.

(White House: Geoff Morrell) The decision by President Bush's administration to turn up the heat on Iraqi President Nuri al-Maliki to get a grip on the militias by imposing a series of benchmarks for him to meet examined. [Senators John WARNER, Joseph BIDEN - offer advice to Maliki.] [On ABC, BUSH - says he is not patient forever, but we won't cut & run.] [Retired Army Gen. Jack KEANE†- says we are headed for strategic failure if it is just the status quo.] The statements on Al Jazeera from US senior diplomat Alberto Fernandez about the US in Iraq discussed.

Harris, Dan;
Morrell, Geoff

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