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Iraq War / Strategy / Attacks #849655

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 12, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(White House: Ed Henry) President Bush’s moves toward a new policy for Iraq examined; details given about the role of the Iraq study group and about disagreement between study group head James Baker & new Secretary of Defense Robert Gates. [Senators Carl LEVIN†, Harry REID†- call for redeployment of US forces and a changed course for the war.] [White House chief of staff Josh BOLTEN†- says it’s time to put fresh eyes on the problem.] [Former Secretary of Defense William COHEN†- notes division among study group members.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Deadly attacks in Baghdad, including a suicide bombing at the police headquarters and a series of car bombings, reported; scenes shown; US & British troop casualties cited.

Lin, Carol;
Henry, Ed

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