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CNN Evening News for Saturday, Oct 21, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) A deadly suicide bombing on a bus in Baghdad, Iraq; the deaths of more US troops in this deadliest month this year in Iraq, and President Bush’s strategy session with top US commanders noted. Last Call question introduced. The statements from American diplomat Alberto Fernandez†† about the US in Iraq noted. [From Al Jazeera, FERNANDEZ {thru translator} – says there was arrogance & stupidity from the US.] The debate between New York senate candidates Senator Hillary Clinton & John Spencer††; the death of BASE jumper Brian Schubert††, who fell to his death during the Bridge Day festival in West Virginia, and a fire at the Ft. Meade†, Maryland, Army base reported; scenes shown. Choose the News request.

Reporter(s):
Lin, Carol
Duration:
00:02:40

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