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CNN Evening News for Sunday, Oct 22, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) New attacks in Iraq and a possible timetable for Iraqis to take control of their country; the ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery for the victims of the 1983 truck bombing at a Beirut, Lebanon, Marine barracks; the vote to widen the Panama Canal; the prediction from Taliban leader Mullah Omar that the fighting in Afghanistan will get worse; food shortages in Afghanistan due to drought, and the identification of amnesia victim Jeffrey Ingram†† reported; scenes shown. [Denver police OFFICIAL – notes Ingram’s amnesia was a medical condition.] The death of actress Jane Wyatt noted. Findings of a CNN poll on the government cited. Last Call question introduced. Choose the New request.

Reporter(s):
Lin, Carol
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00:03:00

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